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3 days ago

Haircare talent pipeline

L'Oreal Paris

The Professional Products Division is today the division within the L'Oréal Group which is facing the most exciting changes and challenges with… L'Oreal


5 hrs ago

Controlling Internship – new

L'Oreal Belgium

Your mission You will participate in various controlling tasks such as reporting dashboards, preparation, trends, etc. You will collaborate on… L'Oreal


28 days ago

Utbildningskonsulent Mellansverige, Vichy och La Roche-Posay

L'Oréal Sweden

L´Oréal är världens ledande företag inom kosmetikbranschen. Varumärkena hos Active Cosmetics Division (ACD) distribueras till största del via apotek… L'Oréal


4 days ago

Einkauf Praktikum

L'Oreal Schweiz

Die Einkaufsteams spielen für die Wirtschaftskraft von L'Oréal eine wichtige Rolle. Sie tragen zum Wachstum bei, indem sie den Abteilungen innovative… L'Oreal


2 days ago

Stage H/F - Communication – new

L'Oreal Paris

VOTRE MISSION COACHÉ(E) PAR UN MANAGER EXPÉRIMENTÉ, VOUS ACCOMPAGNEREZ LIMAGE DU GROUPE, DE NOS MARQUES ET DE NOS PRODUITS SUR LUNE DES MISSIONS… L'Oreal


1 day ago

Medical Representative La Roche-Posay – new

L'Oreal Moscow

L'Oreal La Roche-Posay ( L'Oreal) . . . - . / . Profile / . Company Description L'Oreal La Roche-Posay ( L'Oreal) . . Back to… L'Oreal


6 hrs ago

Finance Internship – new

L'Oreal Hong Kong

What will you learn? You will have a key role to play on most of the aspects of a Corporate Finance department (commercial and costs controlling… L'Oreal


25 days ago

Trainer Redken

L'Oreal Belgium

Uw missie U bent het referentiepunt voor ons product (Redken en Pureology) in onze kapsalons in Belgie en Luxemburg: U geeft opleidingen en advies… L'Oreal


5 hrs ago

Außendienstmitarbeiter (m/w) - Vertriebskanal Friseur- Großraum Norddeutschland – new

L'Oreal Bremen

Die Betreuung und strategische Weiterentwicklung unserer Kunden, der Friseure, die Implementierung neuer Produkte sowie die Optimierung der… L'Oreal


6 hrs ago

Candidature spontanée Apprentissage/Stage Industrie BAC - BAC+3 H/F – new

L'Oreal Auvergne

Coaché(e) par un manager dexpérience de lusine, ce stage/apprentissage vous permettra de découvrir lorganisation et la politique QEHS du Groupe. Nous… L'Oreal


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    Know what you are getting into before you join

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I have been working at L'Oréal full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    They will move you up quickly if you are willing to work 24/7 and they know there are 1,000 people waiting in line to take your place if you don't want to
    Analytical
    Will keep you on your toes
    Wondeful benefits
    Great perks

    Cons

    Zero respect for work life balance
    Highly irrational thinking/actions are tolerated and sometimes rewarded
    People work very hard but no smart. There is a lot of waste of money, time and resources due to poor planning
    Treat vendors poorly. Constantly have vendors bid for projects and then expect at least 2-3x the amount of work from them without compensating them for their time
    It is very much a hyper political environment. Management is paranoid and alliances are very quickly built. Not playing a long will cost you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Fix the culture. L'Oreal is known for it's horrible work/life balance and for the irrational and sometimes hysterical behavior of senior management. While the company is profitable and growing, I believe there are massive amounts of profit being lost due to the horrible culture of the company.

    There are teams dedicated to just coming in and spinning within L'Oreal. While it is good to have someone come in and push you or provide learnings, I would suggest having headcount to help execute. It is useless to have someone constantly come in and tell you what you can do better. Have them help do it. That is L'Oreal's problem. A lot of spinning but not much support.

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