Avon Employee Reviews in Makati
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Clickish culture at head office, too much work that is repetitive, system very inefficient that people need to work long hours, team heads with poor s
This company can give favorable salary and benefits, but you have to compensate it with long hours at work. Office politics is high. It's a young population, so expect some immaturity of some managers and co-workers. Technically, sales and finance-driven only being a direct selling company. Everything for HER, so management has no time to hear out its own employees.
Good salary and benefits
Long hours, repetitive work, endless simulations via an old system, too complex, not so good culture
Good place to work with, I learned a lot especially from Supply Chain Related matters, how to deal effectively with suppliers, higher management. There's no hardest part of the job as long as you love it.
Work involves APE, PEME, and Clinical diagnosis and treatment. Learned some unique cases every week. Minimal contact with management after first assessment. Nurses are very helpful. Hardest part of my work is telling unfortunate news to the [patient. Most enjoyable part of my work is treating ill patients.
The no. 1 direct selling company in the Philippines and really stand by on their slogan that "This is the Company for Women". They also promotes work life balance culture and made foundations and charities for women.
Good benefits & promoting work life balance culture
The company direction is now focusing on outsourcing job fuctions
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Avon Cosmetics Inc., is one of the longest company I have ever worked with. Some of job seekers were looking for new jobs because of the environment they were experiencing but with this company, I'm confident enough that this is one of the recommendable place to work on.
Avon salary are good and at par with other multinational companies. A good thing about the Avon company is their commitment to provide oppurtunity for ordinary women who do not have neccessary backgorund in business, sales or people who need extra business. However the benefits are inconsistent and HR does not accountability and archive of old discussions about job offers etc. Management direction is inconsistent and organizations fold or magnify based on unstable business performance. This is not a company for women as there is no work/ life balance. Work continues until weekends and holidays even employee is physicaly not in the office or taking legal vacation leaves. It is traditional company that is 30 plus years in philippines yet have slow adaption to technology, proper I.T infrastructure and business processes. GMs get replaced every year. Organization very political.
Everyday is busy day. You learn many things like how to deal with customers. You learn to be creative and proactive. The management as a whole is fair and friendly but you have to adjust with your co-workers in critical times (especially during big events like conventions and conferences, launching of new products, etc.) The hardest part - the work itself is very stressful, needs to attend in many details. But the most enjoyable is knowing the programs and events are successful.
Free lunches, widens social and professional network