Interviews can be stressful, there is no doubt about that. Doing reaseach of your employer and choosing the right look is always a must, but having the interview remotely can come with it’s own set of problems. Between the inconsistencies in audio/visual and shotty WiFi…virtual interviews are a whole new game! No need to stress, with a few key tips and tricks, you’ll be sure to nail your next virtual interview!
Preparation is key! Getting yourself ready for a virtual interview can be just as daunting as interviewing face to face, if not more so! What should you keep in mind when preparing for a virtual interview? …
Who’s your competition? What do customers love about your solution? How does the current crisis impact your business model?
Just three of the questions posed to seven beauty startups by investors during the first digital pitch event hosted by BOLD, the L’Oréal Corporate Venture Capital fund on Oct. 27th. Founded to support L’Oréal’s mission to create the beauty that moves the world, BOLD makes minority investments across beauty tech, sustainability, and breakthrough technologies benefiting beauty.
Here: the seven beauty disruptors selected for the first BOLD pitch event:
For the first of a series of digital pitch events to be held every six months, BOLD and L’Oréal’s open innovation accelerator at Station F selected startups across, and outside beauty: from brands, to services to analytics. …
Digital is not playing a crucial role in today’s business, it’s the force leading the business transformation — meet Keijo Julius Räihä digital expert in L’Oreal Poland and Baltic HUB
Why digital plays such a crucial role in business today?
Digital is a very diverse subject changing the way we do business from operations to marketing. All functions are benefiting from the advancement of digital. How I see it, digital is allowing us to meet the rapidly changing consumers’ needs, offer more personalization, better experiences, and for us to be truly customer-centric and finally build stronger relationships with our consumers. Even more nowadays, when we are witnessing the disappearance of the borders between offline and online, we see the shift in how products are being chosen and discovered, how the brand preferences are formed, the way we shop… all are now more digital than ever. On top of that, digital has given us the possibility to harness data, which is the key to success, allowing us to take informed business decisions in all our actions. …
Get ready for the next challenge of L’Oréal Brandstorm, the L’Oréal ultimate global competition for students. For the 29th time, L’Oréal has given the opportunity to all students from all around the world to work on a mission that will help them build their skills in a real business case while being coached by L’Oréal. Last year 48k students participated from 63 countries! What is new this year? Here is what you can expect from Brandstorm 2021… 😉
How much are you tech-savvy? For this year, Brandstorm puts the bar quite high! Creativity and digital skills must come into play in order to succeed in this year’s mission: “Invent the beauty shopping experience through entertainment”. …
Deep dive dans l’univers de L’Oréal : Estelle et Rémi, anciens stagiaires au sein de l’entité Recherche & Innovation témoignent de leur expérience. Ils n’avaient pas pensé à postuler, et L’Oréal l’a fait pour eux ! Ils racontent les idées reçues qu’ils avaient sur L’Oréal, et ce qu’ils en pensent aujourd’hui.
Comme Estelle et Rémi, certains d’entre vous n’ont peut-être pas pensé à postuler. Voici 4 bonnes raisons de le faire.
Have you ever wondered how to join one of our teams at L’Oréal? We like to keep it interesting here, just liking creating your own job description, you can also create your own recruitment story! We have heard plenty of stories from our employees, but we picked a few to share some of the most common ways to get recruited here 😉 Let us introduce you to: Ricardo, Product Developer in Consumer Product Division; Daniil, Digital and eCommerce Manager; Megha, Business Development Director — Travel Retail; and Reem, Young Talent Project Manager.
When we think about Operations, we tend to associate thoughts about production lines and machinery… at first. But there is much more to discover! There are for example several functions linked to Supply Chain which are indirectly tied to production, factories or distribution centers. From Strategic Planning to Customer Satisfaction passing over to Logistic Excellence, we will discover the headquarters structures and challenges of those areas within the world of “Operations” at L’Oréal.
Let’s meet with Vittorio, Supply Chain Director for a Business Division in L’Oréal; Gian Luca, Demand Planner; and Margherita, Launch Planner.
Vittorio: I’m in charge of Supply Chain and in simple words, we can say that Supply Chain sums up the all the different steps to get products from its original state to the customer. As Supply Chain Director for the Professional Products Division, I am in charge of Forecasting, Supply Planning as well as the Customer Care processes. Three different areas but only one goal: achieve excellent Customer’s Satisfaction! …
For more than 100 years, L’Oréal has been in constant search for cutting-edge scientific discoveries and game-changing technologies for more transparency and trust in our products. Today, our scientists around the world maintain our focus on discovering new ways to take beauty further.
At L’Oréal, the learning never stops! 💡 In 2016, we partnered up with Coursera by creating the first-ever ‘Coursera for the Business’ venture. Our goal? To offer all our employees the chance to upskill themselves through some really cool MOOCs (massive open online course), putting them in the driver's seat of their development! Since then, we have had more than 12,000 users follow a course on the platform & more than 80,000 total number of learning hours spent.
Each L’Oréalian has a unique MOOC journey through their personal learning stories, discover some of them below!