Job changes and board appointments are an inevitable part of the shifting tides of the cosmetic and personal beauty care industry. In this recurring segment, CosmeticsDesign looks at recent and notable employment changes within these business areas.
The list, published this month by Forbes Media, rates 300 US companies based on survey data that indicates which companies working women like most. The 2019 list includes 5 multinational cosmetics and personal care corporations as well as a handful of...
At last night’s CEW event in New York City, job experts from 24 Seven and The Estée Lauder Companies shared insights about the current state of hiring and employment among cosmetic and personal care brands and manufacturers.
Speaking at the CEW career development event last week in New York City, Lisa Marie Ringus of 24 Seven shared proprietary insights from the 2015 Beauty Salary & Job Market Report and called for beauty brands to elevate their human resource departments.
A new survey conducted by Women In Manufacturing Group (WiM) suggests that the staff shortages being faced in all sectors of manufacturing, including cosmetics and personal care, could be addressed by focusing on young women.