Forbes Best Empoyers of 2016
doTERRA has been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes magazine, adding to a prestigious list of similar accolades received by the company and its employees. doTERRA is listed at No. 10 of the top 250 midsize employers nationally, which also positions it as the best employer in the packaged goods category.
The companies on the Forbes lists of best midsize and large employers were chosen based on an independent survey among a sample of 30,000 American employees working for large or midsize companies or institutions. The survey was conducted on companies from all industry sectors employing more than 1,000 workers in the United States. The willingness to recommend one’s own employer to someone else was used as the most important factor in the assessment. A secondary dimension to the assessment involved asking employees to mention good or bad employers in sectors and industries beside their own.
doTERRA Supports Days for Girls
Days for Girls received a $250,000 donation from doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation and 1,000 hygiene kits assembled by doTERRA employees.
It is easy to take feminine hygiene for granted when products are relatively inexpensive and accessible. But in developing countries, feminine products are not only expensive, but typically completely unobtainable for most women. Without available feminine supplies, girls miss school, miss work and go without income, and are homebound for days, every single month.
New Product Center in Mexico
Wellness Advocates located in D.F. will now have the convenience of a close Product Center, allowing better access to doTERRA essential oils and products for their families and customers.
doTERRA is pleased to announce the opening of a 2,700-square-foot office and Product Center in Mexico. The grand opening will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting on November 20, 2015, with hundreds of Wellness Advocates attending.
doTERRA Focus on Rebuilding Nepal
CHOICE Humanitarian and doTERRA International team up to provide aid and create jobs and opportunities for poverty-stricken communities in Nepal.
Utah-based international nonprofit CHOICE Humanitarian and doTERRA International, the world leader in the sourcing and distribution of singular-quality essential oils, are rolling out a new partnership to benefit the earthquake-torn country of Nepal.