Se encontraron 5.785 de más de 13 k evaluaciones
- Más reciente
- Mejor calificación
- Peor calificación
- 2,017 de nov de 2023Empleado anónimoEmpleado actual, más de 3 años
Free product, great company store, overall good work life balance (depending on your team and manager).
Diversity initiative is mostly just for show. Advancement almost purely relies on politics. Expectations are not equal and overt favoritism is rampant. Trust is non existent as the culture is extremely dog eat dog. If you don’t fall in line with the status quo it will be very painfully obvious that you’re not accepted. If you’re an immigrant, woman of color, or older than 50, it’s likely you’ll either be ignored or pushed out of the company. Toxic managers are usually promoted and protected. There is no pre-established way of doing things so onboarding is a nightmare and anytime there’s personnel change it feels like starting over from zero. Headcount runs ridiculously lean in some business critical departments while other departments are over staffed. 401k contribution vests after 5 years which is abnormally high for the industry.1
- 4,028 de nov de 2023DirectorEmpleado actualLondres, Inglaterra
L'Oreal is a great company, with global reach and an ever-growing focus in sustainability, diversity and inclusion. Locally, there's a good structure, excellent benefits and some of the most passionate and smart people in the industry. It's a pleasure to see what the teams can achieve when they work together.
As with many global companies, it's a fast-paced place that might not suit every person. You need a lot of energy and stamina, but it's rewarding when you see the results.
- 1,026 de oct de 2023Empleado anónimoExempleado, más de 1 añoSaint Petersburg, FL
Really the only pro is that you get some Fridays off in the summer but even then, they are very particular about which ones you can take off.
Oh where to begin... It is for one, so disorganized that no one ever has any idea as to what is going on. Second, you will never be fully trained on anything and no one will ever be available to help you yet they expect you to do everything 100% correctly. None of the upper level employees are friendly. oh also, not to mention that since this is a French Company, we were fully expected to work on the 4th of July and were not able to even request off since it was month end. After a year of good work, I submitted my (overly nice) resignation letter, offering to help in any way I could, and gave 2 weeks notice and my boss never even responded to me. She never thanked me for anything I did and never even said goodbye to me. It was an absolutely awful place to work.6Respuesta de L'Oréal4w
Hello! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and your time with us! At work, we stand for passion, innovation, forever-entrepreneurial mindsets and above all, curiosity and open-mindedness so we're sorry to hear that you haven't experienced the L'Oréal culture in this way. You can be certain that we will share this feedback with relevant teams for future improvements
- 2,019 de oct de 2023AVP, MarketingEmpleado actual, más de 8 años
Good benefits - pension is unusual these days!
Toxic culture. HR is basically PR for the company. Gossipy/negative managerial culture is fostered from the top that creates a culture of looking out for just oneself - often at the expense of putting down others. It's really a shame, because these are some of the smartest people in the industry. This is a french, male dominated company. They consider having a older, white American male US CEO as "diverse" - they pat themselves on the back for this. That tells you something about how out of touch they are.2
- 4,029 de oct de 2023Management TraineeEmpleado actual, más de 1 añoPetaling Jaya
-Flexibility. wfh 2 times a weeks. I go to office at 10:00 or after lunch sometimes and go back at 6:00pm (if I finished my work) - Benefits is good. Free products & staff purchase discounts. And a lot of events.
Very fast paced A lot of work I need to ask manager guidance. They dont give you training and expect you know how to do everything when you first enter. Wanted to work as marketing, however ended doing different position. They couldn’t give me what I wanted as there’s no position available and they expect you to just accept any position that they offer due to business needs.
- 3,01 de nov de 2023Dermatology Sales RepresentativeExempleado, más de 1 añoHammersmith, England
Great benefits - Private Healthcare, Company Car, Phone, Laptop, Ipad Pro, Company AMEX Flexible work life balance
Too much work politics Senior staff abuse their power, too relaxed and do not provide guidance or support to Juniors Favouritism amongst staff I have personally witnessed inappropriate behaviour between senior and junior staff especially at work socials, which isnt spoken about Rudeness and lack of compassion for other cultural and religious beliefs by Manager Whatsapp group chat full of colleagues showing off and over sharing
- 4,026 de nov de 2023DirectorEmpleado actual, más de 8 añosEl Segundo, CA
growth and opportunities are strong
politics & lack of transparency from upper management can get in way of a thriving culture
- 4,025 de nov de 2023Key Account ManagerEmpleado actual, más de 3 añosMontreal, QC
Fast paced environment with potential for advancement Stimulating and challenging work
High pressure for success Heavy workload and long hours
Preguntas frecuentes sobre las evaluaciones de L'Oréal
L'Oréal tiene una calificación general de 4,0 sobre 5, basada en más de 12.730 evaluaciones que los empleados dejaron de forma anónima. El 79 % de los empleados recomendaría trabajar en L'Oréal a un amigo y el 72 % tiene una perspectiva positiva de la empresa. Esta calificación se ha mantenido estable en los últimos 12 meses.
Según las evaluaciones de Glassdoor, el 79 % de los empleados de L'Oréal recomendaría a un amigo trabajar allí. Los empleados también calificaron a L'Oréal en 3,4 sobre 5 por equilibrio entre trabajo y vida personal, 4,0 por cultura y valores, y 3,9 por oportunidades laborales.