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12 days ago

Digital Director

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

• Work with the General Manager to develop, execute, refine and measure the overall divisions and each brands digital strategy • Manage a team of… L'Oreal

4 days ago

Marketing Assistant Lancôme

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

The role The Lancôme Team requires a talented, enthusiastic and results driven Marketing Assistant to provide efficient and effective marketing… L'Oreal

30+ days ago

Trade Marketing Manager

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

Matrix is the #1 American professional brand in the USA that empowers hairdressers with accessible education and strong business intelligence tools… L'Oreal

26 days ago

Demand Planner - Active Cosmetics Division

L'Oreal Hammersmith, England

Owner of the demand planning process: Works closely with sales and marketing to build launch and promotions forecasts for UKI Presents and… L'Oreal

30+ days ago

Account Manager - L'Oreal Professionnel (Stratford, East London

L'Oreal South East England

As part of the LOréal Professionnel Sales Team, you will work in partnership with salon accounts to ensure the development of the salons business… L'Oreal

30+ days ago

Area Manager - South East; L'Oreal Professionnel

L'Oreal South East England

Purpose of your new role You will manage a team of dynamic Key Account Managers, Account Executives and Mobiles to ensure the development of the… L'Oreal

19 days ago

Business Development Executive (Field Based): SE, Kent, Brighton, Tunbridge Well

L'Oreal South East England

The Professional Selective Brands houses 2 highly desirable and luxurious brands within the portfolio of the Professional Products Division… L'Oreal

30+ days ago

Educator & Advanced Colour Expert - Redken & Pureology

L'Oreal South East England

As part of our dynamic Technical team you'll work alongside some of the world's greatest hairdressers in a varied and creative role that offers a… L'Oreal

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    What's it Like to Work for L'Oréal?

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)

    I worked at L'Oréal full-time (more than 5 years)


    - High Levels of Responsibility given early
    - High Budget Spend
    - Some freedom to Try New Ideas
    - People are generally intelligent, motivated and ambitious


    - Political
    - Incredibly slow moving, decisions take a long time by which point the competition has already sped
    - Legal are ultra strict and inefficient, only accept paper submissions
    - Company is completely inefficient, repetitive reports, work which could be automated
    - IT is shockingly bad. Internet down for half days at a time, months to resolve
    - Email culture, cc everyone to cover your backside
    - Senior Management are arrogant, false, pretend to care because they've been told to show more
    - Scores very low on internal worker survey vs UK average
    - Meetings NEVER start on time, not uncommon for senior meetings to run over by 5,6 hours
    - Late nights are inevitable as there simply aren't enough people to cover the workload
    - Headcount is kept unbearably low, the very minimum to get the job barely done
    - Due to such heavy work load many have checked out on stress leave
    - As another poster said they think you'll never leave
    - No salary bands are published, zero transparency from upper management ( this is starting to
    - HR have no succession planning or a very vague plan of you can be a General Manager within 5
    - The place practically runs on Interns and Grads who are brought through the Management Trainee
       programme but are really a form of cheap labour and often take up positions that would be full time
       headcount in other firms

    Avoid unless you just want the name on your CV

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Bring in IT teams who are not just help-desk support

    Your people are valuable and not just commodities to be kept to the lowest level possible

    Learn how to be more agile, make decisions faster, allow people to fail but learn from the experience

    Drop the arrogance

    Become FULLY transparent, starts all the way at the top

    LISTEN to people at exit interviews and don't assume 'they'll be back' or 'they wont like it' there are very good / fixable reasons why people leave

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