I miss working at L'Oreal everyone was like family. I was a shipping and receiving Clerk as well as a Warehouse Coordinator. I absolutely loved my job, I had my own office and work from 8am-5pm Monday-Friday I loved the hours!!! Unfortunately L'Oreal relocated to Kentucky from Ohio and I was not able to relocate at the time.
Replenishment Associate (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – June 30, 2018
I started working here in June 2018 and it was because I really needed employment, but I have had to resign. I literally watched people throwing up, fainting and just getting sick due to the temperature of the warehouse. There are fans that rotate hot air, but as we were told the fans are for the make-up. It's so hot in the building you literally feel nauseous, but management will walk you out for anything that looks like your hands aren't being repetitive loading machines. The management sit high in the a/c, so they do not understand the way our bodies are being pushed. I just wouldn't recommend this job to anyone.
Senior Business Analyst/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – June 19, 2018
10 years and the pay is some of the lowest in the industry but the perks of free goods and incentives are good but still comparable to the rest of the industry. Work culture was great at L'Oreal and encouraged a team wins together atmosphere which from my experience is great for business. Best part of the job is the exposure to learn other areas of the business which is easy to do in that organization.
Key holder and operations manager (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – June 8, 2018
I loved my coworkers and I made lifelong friends but the company pays poorly and they’ll pretty much hire anyone who walks in the door so nobody knows makeup except for a select few. I had no issues with my management in store, but my district manager and corporate were absolute nightmares who made my managers and coworkers cry constantly. I think corporate wouldn’t know talent or a good idea if it hit them directly in the face. I was operational manager and key holder at my store and they still payed me very poorly. Work life balance? What’s that? I worked over 40 hours a week sometimes because turnover was so high we had nobody else to run the store. Horrible work experience. Wouldn’t recommend my worst enemy to work here.
Gratis, coworkers, good discount
Long hours, no talent, no sympathy, made everyone cry constantly.
A productive company that cared about their employees. They gave you on the job training along with group training. L'Oreal believed in giving you the tools to be successful. If your goal was to be a manager, you the employee needed to apply yourself and use the traing the they provided for you to move up.
SAP Basis Consultant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 28, 2018
It was great place to work with relaxed Management and hardest part was the landscape was huge and had to deal with lots of vendors on hardware and architect new changes which constantly client wanted to change .
Good compensation and benefits and room for advancement. Horrible work life balance. Culture is very laid back and people are friendly, but there are also some unrealistic expectations as far as getting things done and timelines.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 6, 2018
This is a place to gain experience and that’s all. Don’t expect much at all. Hours aren’t consistent. Management is a pain. The company packs on tons of goals at once and that makes it harder to do your job.
Vice President (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 25, 2018
My perfect company. Ethical, focused on sustainability and being kind to the environment. Opportunity for growth, expansion, rotation. Love the fast, colorful, multicultural environment. Incredible pace for work life balance. World class benefits. Just celebrated my 11th anniversary and would not consider leaving.
Free product, great time off & flexibility, 401k & pension, excellent benefits
Maybe if you organize some stuff and pay your employees more...
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Bay Area, CA – April 23, 2018
After 6 years on the job it became a comfort zone. I only work once a month, because it is not worth more than that. I ran a store for 6 years and was not taken care of financially no matter how many times or different ways that I asked.
This was the worst science related position I have had in my career. I learned absolutely nothing about anything scientific. I was just pushing papers all day through e-mails. One e-mail to the next I was just a messenger between management and vendors. No training was provided for any task. But when mistakes were made management would be quick to point fingers at the temporary employs for being incompetent. Managers not helpful and don’t like to help or explain anything. They just use you to find pieces of random information about raw materials. None of the managers knows what’s going on and how to train new employs. They just throw you in front of a computer and ask you to start collecting random information from vendors, suppliers, etc. You are provided with no background or training what so ever. Every temp solely relies on other temps to help them get through their day. It’s like a prison. Everyone keeps an eye on you and where you are going. Everyone listens to each other’s conversations. No privacy or concept of personal space. Stay away from this prison.
Everything including worlds most horrible managers! They think the are GOD!