BBB has a mixture of talented and entry level people. They do a great job of managing their money which is why the stock has performed so well. They don't have many activities for the employees or perks like other companies do. They do however offer employee discounts and you would be part of a fast paced, dynamic environment. You would definitely enhance your skil-sets.
Good colleagues- management direction can be variable
Manager (Former Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – April 27, 2015
The immediate team was a wonderful group with whom to interact on a daily basis, as were many teams in the satellite locations. A downside is the group's upper management direction can be variable or non-existent. A plan for a department's future needs to be outlined by the VP and AVP.
Good place to work to gain experience and knowledge.
o Manager: Packaging/Engineering (Current Employee) – Florence, KY – April 17, 2015
I think L'Oreal is a great place to work to learn the business and gain valuable knowledge. You get to learn and are given the chance to create your future. I started out as a basic mechanic and worked my way up to management.
Free goods given away to employees. Good vacation program, Good benefits.
High expectations, long hours, stressful environment.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – April 7, 2015
Typical day would be answering high volume calls. Typing and entering sku's using 10 key. Management was always helpful in any situation. Everyone I worked with was wonderful and always helpful The hardest part of the job was learning 10 key The most enjoyable was working with some of my closest friends.
SPECIAL EVENTS ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 1, 2015
By far the best job I ever had. It's a girls dream come true to work at L'Oreal. I loved what I did and the people I worked with. My last position required a lot of traveling which was amazing. I was able to visit many states and meet great people.
Fun, fast paced, and competitive work environment with little work life balance.
Planner/Manager (Macy's National Account) (Current Employee) – New York – March 27, 2015
L'Oreal is a great company to work for if you enjoy a dynamic, fast paced work environment that is extremely competitive. There are extremely smart individuals that come from various backgrounds but all have a passion for the beauty industry. There are many perks as you get discounts in the company store as well as a monthly stipend for free goods! The only downside to working for L'Oreal is that there is very little work life balance.
Retail Sales Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – March 5, 2015
Part-time job that required a bit of heavy lifting, but the perks made it worth it. Though I did not receive health insurance, paid time off, or 401k participation (it was part time after all), I did receive a lot of products as part of my job. I learned a lot about inventory and out-of-stock management, and a typical day included going into retail stores and stocking shelves, returning product to the manufacturer, and ordering out-of-stocks and low-stock items. I would work for this company again if given the opportunity. However, I would like to work full-time as opposed to part-time.
good hours, received a lot of merchandise on top of hourly pay
Vice President (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 26, 2015
L'Oreal USA is a haven & an energy force for the innovative, creative and big picture thinkers. A fantastic place to work - great people, beautiful products, globally renown and a company that forges it's own path. If you are comfortable ambuquity and the freedom to craft the processes and ways of working that will make you & your team successful, there's no better place. World class benefits, constantly growing, tremendous room for advancement & mobility...I've been here for eight years and there's no other company in the world like L'Oreal. I love it.
work life balance, benefits, products, people, energy, culture, diversity & inclusion
not a rigid process oriented company - if that's what makes you happy, l'oreal is not for you