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25 days ago

REGIONAL SALES MANAGER

L'Oreal Poland

REGIONAL SALES MANAGER CONSUMER PRODUCTS DIVISION Warsaw Key job accountabilities:… L'Oreal


13 days ago

CPD - Regional Sales Manager - POZNAN

L'Oreal Poland

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24 days ago

Regional Sales & Animation Manager - L'Oréal LUXE Travel Retail

L'Oreal Moscow

of 126 different nationalities, is offering a key field position as Regional Sales and Animation… L'Oreal


9 days ago

National Account Manager

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

Manage a strong relationship with National Accounts whilst representing L'Oreal's interests strongly. Measure performance of account group and… L'Oreal


10 days ago

Senior National Account Manager

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

• Manage a strong relationship with National Accounts whilst representing L'Oreal's interests strongly. • Measure performance of account group and… L'Oreal


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L'Oréal Président-Directeur Général Jean-Paul Agon
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    Former Employee - Planner  in  Florence, KY
    Former Employee - Planner in Florence, KY

    I worked at L'Oréal full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    they are good to their employee's as far as benefits, they do a lot of outside training, that is more culture training, which is nice they do, But when you get back to work, no one follows that training, so it eventually becomes a waste of time. . They also let you get involved in volunteering and giving back to the community.
      Their Human resource group is top notch, and very qood at what they do, Their manager actually sticks up for her group, so they are not afraid to learn and make mistakes. .

    Cons

    Excessively long hours, due to antiquated processes. Upper management throws tantrums, and ignores people if they made a mistake, Other employees stand offish, and just let you flail around if you are not sure how to do something. All people coming in are engineering majors so materials management is being handled like the building of a rocket, which ties materials hands to move quickly and respond to marketing's needs. All tasks are cumbersome and over analyzed. For every one result, there is about 15 tasks and 4 people involved, again slows down the ability and agility to respond quickly to get results for the customer.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It would be helpful to hire college interns that are material management majors, not engineering majors. The operations group needs to also be managed by experienced Operational people, not an engineering major who happened to over see a group of planners while closing down a plant.

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