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12 days ago

PR Trainee - Corporate Communications

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

MAY INCLUDE • Daily media monitoring monitoring, circulating and filing press clippings • Support pitching to journalists and responding to… L'Oreal


13 days ago

Senior Buyer

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

As an active contributor to the LOréal UK Purchasing Team, you will be integral to ensuring that our world class marketing teams can rely upon you to… L'Oreal


28 days ago

Customer Supply Chain Executive/Manager

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

An opportunity has arisen for a Customer Supply Chain Executive or Manager within the L'Oreal Consumer Products Division. This role will sit within… L'Oreal


29 days ago

Consumer Market Insight Manager - Maternity Cover

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

The role Your objective will be to help the UK and Ireland business to gain a competitive advantage and improve market share (return on investment… L'Oreal


5 days ago

Giorgio Armani Cosmetics, Full- Time Assistant Manager, House of Fraser Westfiel

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

• Support the Business Manager to ensure the overall retail target for counter is met • Assist the Business Manager in ensuring retail personal… L'Oreal


25 days ago

Senior Product Manager

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

LOreal Professionnel (LP) is the #1 brand in the professional market as well as the leader in innovation and hair trends , trusted and loved by over… L'Oreal


19 days ago

Commercial Trainee Lancôme

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

LOréal Luxe opens a unique world of beauty. Its international brands incarnate all the facets of elegance and refinement in three major… L'Oreal


19 days ago

Scientific Advisor Maternity Cover

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

The role To provide scientific support for one or more categories marketed by LOréal UK and Ireland (skin care, hair care, hair colorants… L'Oreal


6 days ago

Customer Care Senior Advisor

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

The Opportunity A key role within the Consumer Affairs department (CAD), you will be the key point of contact for high level complaints, liaising… L'Oreal


11 days ago

Senior Consumer Market Insight Analyst - L'Oreal UK&I

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

The role Your objective will be to help the UK and Ireland business gain a competitive advantage and improve market share (return on investment) by… L'Oreal


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    Great start to working life, great name to have your resume but after a few years you've got to go

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Product Manager  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Product Manager in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at L'Oréal

    Pros

    Responsibility for a project
    The girls
    The name of your resume
    Potential to progress quickly due to high turnover of staff

    Cons

    Micro management
    Need to speak French
    Lack of innovation unless you work in Paris
    No strategic value unless you are a senior manager in Paris
    Some people have been promoted simply as they have been there a long time even if they lack any common sense and judgement
    They never think you'll leave
    Some senior managers will not even recognise junior people's exsistence
    The CEO thinks this therefore you think this

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look for the young bright sparks and promote them accordingly not purely on time accrued
    Take on management consultants, they are expensive but they will make you more efficient
    All countries do not operate the same, a product may work in one place and not in another, local staff need to be able to speak up
    Senior management from Paris need to hit reality, dare to speak to some junior people and ask them honestly what they think not just the people trying to impress you to get your jobs.

    No opinion of CEO