Key Holder (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 October 2017
you have to be comfortable with being independent on the job. I learned a lot as an artist but you dont receive much education from the company. Management is great they are always there for you and are so easy to talk to. The workplace culture is great..love going to work. Hardest part of the job is not being able to move up and become management. The most enjoyable part is the co workers and clients.
no benefits for part time or full time sales associates
I went to the training for cashier position for a one day warehouse sale. Received my shifts for the following week, however was told not to come back. I did fine on the written quiz, and understood the computer system. They are a very prejudiced company, very picky, and they don't give people a fair chance. They don't treat people equally, they discriminate badly. I have had a very bad, disappointing experience with Loreal. The managers and staff are all very rude, unfriendly and basically not very nice and understanding. They all looked at their potential employees with disdain. I was really hurt by how poorly I was treated by them.
Merchandiser/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 5 September 2017
Job requires proper time management in order to get the job done in a timely matter. I learned how to properly install fixtures for make up. The workplace culture was very enjoyable. At first it was over whelming and long hours but once I understood the work it went well. The hardest part was installing shelves in walls that we not properly installed. Most enjoyable part was the staff I worked with and the flexibility of the job.
Beauty Advisor- Make up artist-specialist (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 1 September 2017
High energy, beautiful products and people. Prospecting comes easily as the product sells itself, but I love to teach about the products and long term benefit of using them. Hardest part is getting hours.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Canada – 3 August 2017
L'Oreal is a good company but it really depends who you work with. There are many career advancements in this company but sometimes incapable people or people are lack of leadership skills get promoted and it resulted negative impact on store level
Merchandiser/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 12 June 2017
restocking shelves displaying products in a organized fashion helping out customers printing pricing label's organizing makeup into the right boxes separating nail polish by colour cleaning up work area
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 May 2017
This company is extremely gross
The management at Kiehl's is disgusting and I dealt with discrimination there and I will not suggest anyone work there until the remove the poison they have working at their Sherway location. Oh and they talk like little high school girls. HR is no help so fat chance if you call them for help
Superviseur de production (Current Employee) – Saint-Laurent, QC – 28 April 2017
J'ai beaucoup appris sur mes forces et faiblesses professionnelles chez L'Oréal. L'entreprise et beaucoup axé sur le développement et l'amélioration continue. Le travail consistait en de longues heures et un travail très demandant dans le but de toujours fournir une efficacité de production optimale.
SELLING SPECIALIST/ MAKEUP ARTIST (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 23 February 2017
I had learned so much about being a brand Rep and working with so many people at once. I learned how to be a great educational trainer and speaker. My favourite part of the job was teaching hands on classes with products.. and all the pretty makeup!