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I worked at L'Oréal full-time (Less than a year)
Good HR Policies, Good Scope for growth.
I left my Manager not the Company.
I will be back someday.
Advice to Management
don't promote field force employee to the backend.
I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at L'Oréal (Mumbai) in April 2013.
The interview process was adhoc and very poorly organised.
- The first meeting was scheduled well in advance and was in-person.
- The second meeting was set up with a day's notice and
- the third was rescheduled from an in-person meeting to a skype call at the very last minute. In addition, the date and time of the call I was provided was incorrect and a day ahead of when it was actually scheduled for.
- Post the interview process, I was asked to do an online personality test, the link for which was to be sent to me within the week, but only arrived about 10 days later.
At the end of the process, there was no communication on one's selection or non-selection and one only had to guess that if you hadn't heard back from the team at the end of 3 months, it must mean that you were not selected
We're very proud to be ranked the top gender-balanced company in Europe by Equileap among 3000 companies, making us one of the leading companies globally making progress towards gender equality in the workplace! "Gender parity is a performance issue and a key driver for innovation”, says Jean Claude Le Grand, L'Oréal’s Executive Vice President, Human Relations. Wouldn't you agree?
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