Caissière (Former Employee) – ville st-laurent – 13 June 2013
Come in the store Puch before start working Get the basic information from the managers Get a cash Count the money in it and make sure there is 200$ in it Take a place and serve the clients When finish your shift count your cash Make a deposit and leave 200$ in your cash Puch before you exit the work
I learned how to use a cash and I earn experience in talking with the client. There was no hard thing to do.
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!
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Ville St Laurent, QC – 22 February 2017
I was pretty excited when I took on a job at l'Oreal, but became disappointed pretty quick. I worked in the operations, many of the supervisors are young and inexperienced, and because of that will avoid dealing with problems in the workplace, cause they don't want to or don't know how. I found it to be the most immature working environment. I hate to share this, but I was also a victim of many verbally, racially insensitive remarks on a regular basis directed at me, supervisors were aware and did nothing. L'Oreal preaches "diversity", but I guess that is the image they would like to get across and convince people of, but not much practice of it, in my opinion. Because of my negative experience, I do not purchase any L'Oreal products.
Secure, safe warehouse, decent pay.
Young, inexperienced, apathetic supervisors, no job security or benefits
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 17 February 2017
L'Oréal is a nice place to work at. Staffs are nice. Supervisors are understanding and help you if you need anything. It is a nice place to earn a new work experience. You will not regret working at L'Oréal. The one thing that may be a disadvantage is that they may send you home if there isn't enough customers once you've worked for at least two hours.
Vm Assitant (Current Employee) – Mla Ph – 3 February 2017
Good company to statutory employees. All regular employees have good benefits but not enough consideration on non-stat employee. They only hired people who came from well know university but they don't acknowledge well skilled people
Counter Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 September 2016
It was a lovely experience working with my team as Counter Manager, they were eager and I was very flexible so we all worked extremely well together. The hardest part of the job was there was no place for advancement. However, reaching our sales goals on a monthly basis made this such a wonderful place to work.
Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 September 2016
Great Learning Experience. Motivating and friendly colleagues. Helped me a lot in learning more about customer relations and their behavior. Recommending products to customers according to their need/want was quite challenging.
Operator (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 4 September 2016
Worked at the montréal plant for about 5 years as a temp.. Got screwed over 10+ times for a permanent position as the mindset is kill or be killed on the workfloor.. Management is horrible in most cases and the hours are even worse.. pay is good but whats the point if you cant have benefits and/or vacations.. 1/10
Backstabing, thankless bosses, shift changes at engineers whim
Intern in engineering department (Current Employee) – Saint-Laurent, QC – 20 April 2016
Learned several management skills. Change in priorities are common and redirect workforce to attend to most urgent matters. Dynamic workplace with friendly and hardworking personnel. Supportive management and all around great place to work at.
Great environment to learn and the company really encourages an entrepreneurial spirit. However be prepared to work a lot. It's really a sink or swim environment so some really thrive because there is the freedom to try and fail but it requires effort and commitment and a lot of passion.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 October 2015
it was a great experience even if it was for a month, the employees where very supportive and so were my co workers and i had fun handling the credit card transactions and that was the best part of the job for me. the hardest part was the long hours and also it was scary because you had to be efficient and error free when recording the transactions and even though i made some mistakes i was able to learn from them and improve in ways i didn't know i could thanks to my supervisors and co workers.