Caissière (Former Employee), ville st-laurent – June 13, 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 – more... in talking with the client. There was no hard thing to do. – less
Great environment with dedicated, goal oriented employees who put customer satisfaction above all else
Stock and general maintenance (Former Employee), Montreal QC – January 11, 2013
Pros: working with dedicated people
Stocking shelves, taking inventory and occasionally providing help on the floor. I learned to listen to what customers want to give them the best experience possible as well as keep them wanting more. Great management, dedicated employees who love what they do. The best part was the employees. Nothing seemed hard because everyone wanted to be their – more... and made everything enjoyable. – less
Excellent place to work. Im Very glad to have had this opportunitty.
Supply Planner Analyst (Former Employee), Caracas – December 8, 2014
At L’Oréal people who are ready to take bets, think out of the box, defend their convictions, be resilient and leave their own mark. They are offered early responsibilities, numerous opportunities and fast-track careers.
At every stage of my career with L’Oréal they offered personalized training and support that helped my progress and developed my – more... career. – less
Senior Project (Former Employee), Franklin, NJ – November 5, 2014
This job experience was just a senior project that was a year long project. My group did not visit the facility every day, we went to the facility on an average of once a week. The management was Amazing. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see a different facility and how it operates.
Great experience with challenge in an international background
IT Project Manager (Current Employee), Paris and Shanghai and New Jersey – November 1, 2014
This is my first job after graduation. L’Oréal chose me because considering all the technical competencies, they found that I spoke the best English and French among the Chinese and I spoke the best Chinese among the English and the French.
I started by learning SAP R3 and APO. I was a fast learner thanks to my former ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) – more... experience in Dannon and Chanel. In addition, I spent a lot of time in bookstores and did a lot of research to enrich my knowledge on SAP. I adapted myself to the French way of working and very soon got along really well with others. 3 months later, I began to work on deploying two L’Oréal Chinese factories with SAP solutions. One is in Yichang and the other in Suzhou. Since they were using X3 during 10 years and had hardly heard of SAP, my colleagues and I did a lot of preparation work including understanding their local needs, analyzing the differences between their daily practices with technical functionalities, coming up with new ideas, presenting new solutions in order to help them go through this difficult period of transformation. I remember the day when I took the plane at 1pm in Paris and arrived 5am in Shanghai, I went straight to the hotel and launched myself to work during 36 hours. I remember during 6 months arguing with SAP for a defect and asking for a satisfying solution. I remember having 3 hours meeting translating Chinese to English, English to French and French to Chinese make sure that everyone was on the same page. Today, as a result of our great efforts and commitments, both Yichang and Suzhou are working well with SAP R3 and APO.
Now I’m managing the EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) project, which will facilitate the information exchange between L’Oréal US factories and suppliers. Any mistake in one piece of information (quantity, date, address, etc.) can cause huge loss to the company. Therefore, this project requires someone who is expert, thorough and careful. I also need to switch between France and the US every 1-3 months, thanks to which I become more interested in American culture and decide to look for a job in the US.
I really appreciate the opportunities of working in an international company and being involved in and managing international projects. – less
Zone Leader (Former Employee), Largo, FL – September 12, 2014
Pros: free pizza
Cons: long hours. we worked until the job was completed.
I did like my job. I was in a warehouse in Florida without air-conditioning. Surprisingly a lot of the people there liked the heat. I was lucky that I was in the Nail Room(as in fingernail polish) and the room was air-conditioned. It was a good time. Most of the people got along. No major hassles. We looked forward to pizza every Friday. My favorite – more... part was the sales we had . Any damaged hair product, make-up, spa treatment,hair dye went into a bag sale. We happily paid 5.00 for a grocery bag! – less
godown supervisor (Former Employee), Ambala, HR – September 3, 2014
Pros: free launch
Checked temperature of product wise rooms A.C Room and Freeze. Handle all works in godown like summery checking and dispatched. Proper enter in computer all received and despatched goods. Make dispatched paper st-38 and transport G.R. Control three transports in Ambala for dispatched material all over and also control all couriers . Solve our all stockist – more... disputed on our hand and transport hand. Ten-twelve persons worked in my observation. Received expiry and stock return from our all over Haryana stockist. Checked all expiry goods and inked for destroyed and stock return maintain in stock. Maintain all entire in computer from received to settlement of expiry. management who handle all work and responsibility – less