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30+ days ago

Assistant Manager, Retail Strategy

Revlon New York, NY

• Route and obtain approval on graphics from Senior. Director and Global Brand Marketing, CBD (if applicable),Lab, Legal and Trademark (if… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Brand Execution, Global Color Brands

Revlon New York, NY

This role will lead execution of all new product, and related sales, marketing materials and promotion setup for the Global Color Brands portfolio… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mechanic B

Revlon Oxford, NC

- Has a basic understanding of pneumatics and hydraulic systems used in the facility. - Install, checks, adjusts, all troubleshooting and machinery… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr. Raw Material Specialist

Revlon Edison, NJ

• Coordinate globally with manufacturing sites to resolve raw material related issues. • Manage raw material inventories to ensure timely… Glassdoor


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    Sinking ship

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    Pros

    Good name to have on resume. May lead to better position in other personal care companies.

    Cons

    Since 2007 there were layoffs to try to recover management's mistakes. They never seemed to be able to make money, so they keep on cutting people. The company is a shell of the former cosmetic manufacturer it was in the late 80's and early 90's. A lot of talented people were let go and some old timers that should have been, are still there. The atmosphere has been gloomy for at least the last three years. It can only get better if the company is bought out by someone who has better business sense in the industry.

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    Try new blood at levels. The old ways of doing business isn't working.

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