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Anonymous shared this review of The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"The company policies in place support women extensively - whether it is their parental leave policy or their support of the BCRF - they show us they care by taking action. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., United States on Sep 4th, 2020
"Fun company culture, but when negotiating for compensation, tell them exactly what you need."
Anonymous shared this review of The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., United States on Sep 1st, 2020
"Hard working and talented people peak at the manager level and are pushed out in 2-3 years. Directors and above take full credit for work done by managers (which can happen in other places too) but what is unusual is that reviews are inversely proportional to performance. Token women and minorities are hired to appease certain folks at the top but asked to work 60-80 hour work weeks (while old white men work less than 40) and although such folks are generating all the work output, they are not even taken to meetings to discuss that work output and constantly given negative feedback (though no changes are requested or made to the work output). "
Anonymous shared this review of The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., United States on Feb 3rd, 2020
"If you are pretty and have no self-respect, your life here could be decent. Generally, hard working and qualified people are expected to work harder (80 hours weekly), especially at the manager level, while prettier and well-connected folks work 40 hours weekly. Further, and this is true only here, directors take all credit for managers’ work and managers do not get to interact with anyone other than their direct boss. The company also rarely promotes managers and pushes them out every 2-3 years. Might as well give the same hours in banking to get a promotion and double pay out of it. Some pretty women are token promoted to show support of diversity but true power stays with the old white men. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., United States on Jul 19th, 2019
"The job can consume you. They continue to restructure the organization and downsize, putting more workload on those remaining. There really isn't a healthy balance, and if you try to make one, you're not a team player."
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