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L'Oréal Président-Directeur Général Jean-Paul Agon
Jean-Paul Agon
157 Ratings

    An absolute nightmare

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Melbourne
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Melbourne

    I worked at L'Oréal full-time (less than an year)


    None whatsoever - this was an absolute waste of my time.


    > No Handover, No Notes, No Support
    > HR have their heads in the clouds about the state of not only the business, but also the state of their own department.
    > Either non-existent or not very robust commercial controls/checks/balances
    > I was lied to in order to get someone to accept the role that I accepted - i should have known it would be a nightmare based on all of the experiences of colleagues and friends of mine that have either worked there or been exposed to its culture

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    Stop resting on your laurels, good product alone isnt going to keep L'Oreal alive - not only are you losing good talent but will find it difficult to attract and retain good talent if you dont look inwards at what you could and should fix within the business. Also need to look at the knowledge levels of people in the business that advise clients and professionals on your product - I have been made aware of numerous occasions where "Technical Support" tell people on the phone that "they are the last to know". Fix this, as Salons and professionals are moving away from your product now because you cannot support them. No Sales = No Business.

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