Mission: Our mission is to bring Beauty to All. It’s in L’Oreal’s hands to offer all women and men the best of cosmetics innovation in terms of quality, efficacy, safety, sustainability.
"I was made for this company," says our CEO Jean-Paul Agon, celebrating 40 years at L'Oréal. Could you be made for us too?
"Ongoing feedback is a key principle to the development of our employees at every level of the organization,” said Sumita Banerjee, SVP of Talent Acquisition, L’Oréal Americas, when she spoke with Fast Company about internship best practices. Discover the four ingredients every winning internship program must have:
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.
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.
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 one of the world leaders in the management of diversity.
Learn more about Sharing Beauty With All in a video with our CEO, Jean-Paul Agon.
"I wanted to work for a major brand that was pushing innovation in the digital space. Urban Decay offered me great opportunities in learning while being part of one of the most dynamic beauty brands in the market!" Meet Bernice, leading digital first brand in a social world "I’ve always been amazed with how L’Oréal invests, capitalizes and takes bets on its people, giving them the opportunity to own their projects, test & learn and create amazing things.” Meet Jake, passionate debator & future leader hunter at L'Oréal "I knew L’Oréal has a diverse brand portfolio full of powerful brands worldwide. Also, L’Oréal was nominated as the most attractive employer in Nordics. So, I took the chance and never regretted" Meet Sampo, soaring to new heights in industry he had little knowledge of before joining L'Oréal "At L’Oréal I had more than a career opportunity. I had the opportunity to be who I am, and developed through my discovery of L’Oréal." Meet Genesson, from an intern to a Digital Marketing Manager
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 to jump start your career.
Students can get a real life experience with the L'Oreal business competition, Brandstorm. We invite talented young people from all over the world to take on the role of an international brand manager. Each year since it started, teams of undergraduates harness their creativity to propose a brand strategy for one of L'Oréal’s 28 international brands that is in line with the latest developments and trends in the market. Learn More
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.
Be recognized and rewarded: For L’Oréal, each employee should be respected and rewarded for their efforts, their involvement and their contribution to the company’s performance. This approach is behind the Group’s compensation policy all over the world.
In line with its mission and its values, L’Oréal recognises and rewards the contribution of each employee to the company’s development by offering attractive compensation and a worldwide profit-sharing program, alongside key benefits like in our share and care program.
Compensation is regularly adjusted in line with the market, individual performance and efficiency in the post, qualifications and experience. Local salary structures are regularly assessed in terms of the outside market but also in terms of internal salary levels for equal responsibility, skills and experience.
L’Oréal has a performance-oriented culture. Our compensation policy reflects this very culture, including bonuses to reward high levels of personal performance and involvement as well as team and business unit performances. This system is currently being deployed in every country in which L’Oréal operates. The Group has also set up a program known as the Worldwide Profit Sharing (WPS) program which gives employees a share in the fruits of successes in their country. Finally, L’Oréal is investing in the long-term security of its employees by committing to offer benefit programs (which may include retirement, health care, death and disability plans) and other fringe benefits in line with the regulations and practice in each country, which will complement the compulsory schemes.
I have been working at L'Oréal full-time (More than 10 years)
Global culture, cross functional career opportunities, dynamic pace and quite the adventure. Leadership is engaged, enabling and supportive.
Sometimes the fact pace can border on frenzied and hectic. Not an optimal place for everyone to thrive, but if the culture and pace is a match for you, go for it!
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at L'Oréal (Clark, NJ).
There are a few levels in the R&I Team. Starting From an Intern to Associate Chemist, Chemist, SR. Chemist, and SR. Chemist II.
First was an email from HR Director to set up a time to talk (AKA Phone Screen 30-40mins). Mostly about previous experience and whu I was looking for a new role. Next set up time to speak with department manager for a technical phone interview (30-45 mins). Questions were about my experience with working with category specific products (I.e. Skin Care, hair care, and actives). Got invited on-site to meet with department category VP (30 mins). Next with HR in person (20 mins). Next phone conference with a different category. Next day got invited to Skype with HRs boss and category Director. Offer was made following week. Drug test and background took a few days to clear. LOreal has been known to take 2-3 months for an interview/ onboarding but since my role was really needed due to high priority projects they can move super fast.