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asked questions about recruitment at L'Oréal.

The diversity of profiles is one of L’Oréal’s core strengths. Not everyone has a beauty background. There are people coming from engineering, from political sciences, from science, from marketing, from management consulting, from banking from across the globe. These different backgrounds provide the range of expertise, experience and the agility we need to respond to the ever changing fast-paced environment we are in. It makes the environment very dynamic.

English is the language we use to conduct business around the world with 140 countries. However, you may also need to be fluent in the local language of the country where your position is located.

Yes, we offer employment programs for students and recent graduates in many locations.


Yes, we offer exciting opportunities for experienced hires in 11 different career areas.


Yes, and we encourage you to review our many opportunities to find those that are the best fit with your qualifications.

Review the requirements and qualifications for jobs and match them to your skills and experience. Make sure your CV is up to date with the experience you have that matches the job requirements.

For most jobs, there are no deadlines. Once the role has been filled the job will be removed and no longer searchable. Some student and graduate opportunities have annual application deadlines.


We prefer to receive applications electronically. If you store your resumes in our online system, the information you provide will be retained and you can update it any time. Your application and resume should summarize your education, accomplishments, and work experience, plus any other information you think we should know.

The best advice is to apply for jobs as you normally would. If a recruiter contacts you about a job, let the recruiter know about your relocation requirements. If that particular position does not have an international relocation budget available, the recruiter may also be able to assist you in finding similar jobs that do.

You are able to enroll your eligible family members in medical coverage, dependent life insurance starting on day 1. If another health plan is available for the spouse, benefits are coordinated such that your L’Oréal plan provides secondary coverage.

To understand the requirements for any position, search for the position you are interested in, and review the job description for the types of requirements and skills required or desired.


All non-U.S. residents require a U.S. work visa (H1B). If you receive an offer from L’Oréal, we will cover all costs for visa processing and approval. There are many jobs for which the company might be able to sponsor visas, depending on the requirements of the job and the qualifications of the candidate. Please feel free to apply to any jobs you think you are qualified for, and if the role is appropriate for foreign nationals and you are qualified for the job, you will hear from the recruiter to proceed with the interview process and visa evaluation.

L’Oréal pays salaries that are competitive in the marketplace. To learn more, we recommend that you check published salary studies and other references for the salary levels of the various job categories and skills which you are researching.

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Absolutely. Continuous learning, both formal and informal, is a key component your career development at L’Oréal. We offer more than 4 000 courses, taught by the best of the best in the industry.

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You will meet our Human Resources Manager, your Hiring Manager and your potential team member who is responsible for the overall recruitment. In some countries an interview phase may include quantitative tests and group assessment centers, particularly for young graduates.

The various people who have met you will meet to take a decision together.

L'Oréal group and its brands always recruits talent through its Human Resources department. L'Oréal never does it through independent recruiters. Recruitment by L'Oréal group is always followed up according to the highest legal standards and only our authorized agencies/headhunters have the capacity to engage talent, while the internal recruitment is within the scope of L'Oréal exclusively.

There are a couple of ways to follow up on your application throughout the recruiting process. If you have recently submitted an application note that we receive a high volume of resumes, so it might take us a bit to respond. If you’ve submitted your application and are waiting to hear from us, rest assured that our recruiters are working hard to find the right fit. Recruiting keeps your resume on file and will reach out when we believe we have found a good fit based on your interests and qualifications. If you’ve already gone through a formal interview, follow up with your L’Oréal recruiter or campus recruiter who may be able to provide status information.

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