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L’Oréal is world leader in beauty products.

Created in 1909 by Eugène Schueller, a visionary chemist with a tremendous entrepreneurial instinct. For the past century, L’Oréal has pursued a tireless quest: respond to desire for well-being of millions of men and women and give every person the right to beauty by making it accessible.


L’Oréal key
 – more... numbers (2012):

- €22.5 billion consolidated sales

- 611 patents registered

- across 130 countries

- 72,600 employees

- 27 Intenational Brands


Awards and Recognitions:


- “World’s Most Ethical Companies” by Ethisphere Institute

- One of the 50 “Most Admired Companies” by Fortune Magazine for 2010

- One of the 50 most attractive employers by Universum for 2010



5 Operational Divisions within L’Oréal:


- Consumer Products: High technology products at competitive price distributed through mass-market retailing channels.


- Professional Products: Portfolio of brands that meet the requirements of hair salons .


- Luxury Products: Prestigious brands which offer customers products and premium service in department store, specialty stores and travel retail outlets.


- Active Cosmetics: Dermo-cosmetics products sold in pharmacies and specialist retailers and supported by advice from pharmacists and dermatologists.


- The Body Shop: Naturally inspired and fairly traded products sold in Body Shop stores throughout the world.
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What is it like to work at L'Oréal?

3.8
Work/Life Balance
4.0
Salary/Benefits
3.7
Job Security/Advancement
3.8
Management
4.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at L'Oréal?

85%
of employees approve of Jean Paul Agon’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 1,589 ratings
2.0
Challenging and fast paced
Written by Marketing (Former Employee) from Dublin on 2 September 2019
The work can be challenging yet rewarding but there is not much room for growth nor appreciation for your work. Depending on your team it can turn into a hostile environment when tension is high. Great learning opportunities if you are thick skinned. Would not recommend to people who want to grow within their workplace or for job security.
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