- United Kingdom
- United Arab Emirates
- El Salvador
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
- New Zealand
- Papua New Guinea
- South Africa
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
At L'Oréal, sustainable growth and the social model are inseparable. Since 2012, we've rolled out a set of priorities for health, social protection, work-life balance and workplace well being across the globe. This policy enables all our teams to enjoy the same protections and the best social practices around the world.
We have already introduced a minimum maternity leave of 14 weeks, payments in the case of death or permanent disability, flexible working and improved working conditions.
In 2018, L'Oréal launched its first Employee Share Ownership Plan in over 50 countries. The plan enables all employees to support L'Oreal's development, be involved in our strategic projects and share in our success.
We believe in a world where all people have a voice and all people can contribute. We believe that a policy of diversity and inclusion opens the door for people of different cultures, life experiences and backgrounds to learn from one another and work together for better communities and better companies.
Which benefits does L'Oréal provide?
Current and former employees report that L'Oréal provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(57 comments)
“Anthem by blue cross blue shield rhode island, expensive but good care”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(43 comments)
“10 days vacation, 5 days pto”
- 401K Plan(42 comments)
“You have to enroll in 401k plan, matching program is alright”
Great Maternity/Paternity leave program and flexible WFH policy.
They also provide free goods to employees on a quarterly basis based on the level
Great company to work for the benefits.
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Good pension plan at 5 years
Hybrid model is okay and not super strict in rhode model Pay is okay for the area but not worth it when dealing with hair care/color director Good health insurance Vesting plan is 5 years which is a little long “Psychological Safety” and mental health initiatives are being introduced but L’Oreal could cares less about that and care less about women in general HR only benefits and empowers managers, if you reach out they can only talk if it’s “urgent” HR never showed up to exit interview, then rescheduled, asked no questions and called my resignation email an “update”
30% Bonus and up to 4 weeks EPI bonus .
Private health care, sport card, sport teams
Offers 401k matching, summer Fridays, company store with discounted products, 20 vacation days per year, hybrid work with 2 WFH per week
Best thing about the benefits was 200$ stipend for fitness related stuff worst thing was insurance was expensive