Ready to leave your mark?
At L’Oréal we empower people who are ready to take bets, think out of the box, defend their convictions, be resilient and leave their own mark. They are offered early responsibilities, numerous opportunities and fast-track careers.
At every stage of your career with L’Oréal we offer personalized training and support that will help you progress and develop your career. You hold the keys: it’s up to you to show who you are and what you can become.
We therefore encourage mobility which helps our executives, both junior and senior talents, to rapidly acquire experience by being faced with a range of different cultures, business approaches and market situations.
|"Although we try to achieve quick successes; our most important challenge is always our long-term vision of our brands, the long-term progression of our market share and development of th e market. This is our responsibility - and its one that is given to us every early on in our career." - Nathalie, General Manager |
|"Today, from lab delivery, a porduct can reach the shelves in less than ten months; This is what makes out business so fast, so exciting and so competitive. A well-conceived innovation can change the whole marketplace." - Rafael, Operations |
|"Thnks to L'Oreal's robust economic model, we can continue our strategic acquisition strategy -- This means great new brands in our portfolio all bringing new opportunities." - Il Yeon, Finance |
|"All the men and women working for L'Oreal - in all countries in all divisions, in all functions, with their outstanding talent, high level of commitment for work and respect for the group's values - are the core foundations of this unique and successful business model" - Olivier, HR |
For L’Oréal, beauty and diversity are intimately related. Its global presence, the variety of its brands and the wealth of its teams enable L’Oréal to integrate the concept of diversity at all levels to carry out its mission: beauty for all.
"A diversified workforce in every function and on all levels strengthens our creativity and our understanding of consumers and it enables us to develop and market products that are relevant."
Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO
In L’Oréal's people-centered culture, the diversity of the teams is one of the success factors. Fostering the values of all forms of multiculturalism and respect for differences, the group is enriched by employees from various horizons that enable it to gain a better understanding of the diversity of its consumers and markets. With a portfolio of 29 international brands, a presence in 130 countries, and 72 600 employees, L’Oréal's ambition is to meet the needs of every consumer according to his or her habits and lifestyle. The diversity of its brands and its products is a testimony to its commitment to enhance every type of beauty.
In this way, the group makes diversity an essential value that goes hand in hand with respect for the individual. Integrating the concept of diversity on every level and in every area is to recognize and accept differences but also to promote them to enhance performance. L’Oréal's ambition to win over one billion new consumers is therefore intrinsically linked to its desire to become the world leader in the management of diversities.
L’Oréal is richly endowed with a portfolio of international brands that is unique in the world and that covers all the lines of cosmetics and responds to the diverse needs of consumers the world over. The company is composed of 4 main divisions including the Consumer Products Division, Luxury Products Division, Professional Products Division, and the Active Cosmetics Division plus The Body Shop.
Innovation, Science, Technology
Our connected beauty incbator in Clark, NJ is an house tech lab where a team of 15 engineers and scientists work on projects like the famed Makeup Genius The office-within-an-office looks like a Silicon Valley gag, with whiteboards, colorful walls, and a silver ceiling that gives off a futuristic vibe and is a place where you can expect the unexpected - a place where L'Oreal continues to push the boundaries of the beauty industry through technology and science.
If you are a student or recent grad who is enthusiastic about our exciting business, strive for excellence, and want a thrilling professional experience, we should get to know each other! At L’Oréal we are looking for people from all backgrounds with great skills and even greater potential who are up for the challenge of building the future of beauty.
L'Oreal offers a variety of opportunities for undergraduates, MBAs and recent grads to participate in internships and trainee programs tojumpstart your career.
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I worked at L'Oréal USA full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Best part is, you get to see the product you've worked on get launched into the market pretty much within 1~1.5 years from the point you start working on it. THAT is an amazing gratification you get when working here, something not many of my friends in other industries can say (i.e. - semiconductor takes many years, pharma takes MANY years).
Another great part is, I have seem plenty of coworker friends who had a chance to work 1~3 years in other R&D locations around the world. For L'Oreal, I have seem personal friends whom have worked at Clichy (France), Shanghai (China), and Kawasaki (Japan), but I believe there may be other locations as well. How cool is that? ^^Cons
Downside is, the work "can" get very routine. But I think that will depend on your ability and desire to learn "formulation" so you can get creative as you build up your skills in cosmetic chemistry and science.
And as you go up in ranks, it seems (from my brief observation) that you have to do a lot of good negotiation and discussion with marketing, whom typically will decide what products will be made. This can be tough, because marketing folks are very tough. =)Advice to ManagementAdvice
This is probably the same issue anywhere you go, but sometimes the ideas that come from internal members get "passed or ignored" where as ideas from outside seem to get more attention.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at L'Oréal USA.Interview Details
The interview process was a 10-15 minute presentation on previous achievements, academic and/or work related. Afterward, there was a panel of about 4 members who asked behavioral questions. The questions were not too hard, mainly asking about my previous work experience. One of the panel members were very interested in one of my previous internships and asked very specific details based on the results of my project there. So be sure to know your resume and remember key facts from the past.Interview Questions
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- What is a specific reason for why you chose L'Oreal? Answer Question
The beauty business is a fast moving challenging and ever-growing business - and L'Oreal is the #1 cosmetics group in the world. As the only pure player in the market, all collective efforts and investments go into one business - the beauty business. Our goal is to offer all women and men worldwide the best of cosmetics innovation in terms of quality, efficacy and safety by meeting the infinite diversity of beauty needs and desires all over the world.