Our employees know what makes L’Oréal a “Great Place to Work”: an exciting, demanding environment. The freedom to develop your potential. Competitive compensation, worldwide profit-sharing.
For Respect, Equity. For Pride...and Solidarity. L'Oréal is the top-ranked industrial employer on the list of Best Workplaces France 2005 (Great Place to Work® is an Institute that surveyed more than 1,000 companies since 2002 in 26 countries).
L’Oréal Canada is named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers & Montreal’s Top 15 Employers
L’Oréal Canada is extremely proud to have been named as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers every year since 2004 by the editors of Mediacorp Canada Inc., the most important publisher of magazines covering the Canadian workplace. Furthermore, L’Oréal Canada was also selected as one of Montreal’s Top 15 Employers.
L’Oréal Canada was noted for its family friendly policies, availability of on-site daycare, summer and winter schedules permitting more flexibility, as well as continuous investment in employee development.
The jury of experts and freelance journalists also considered criteria such as growth of the organization, work environment, communication between employees, and corporate citizenship in their judgment.
L’Oréal Canada is acknowledged as one of Canada’s Top 25 Family Friendly Employers
It is a great honor for L’Oréal Canada to have been acknowledged as one of Canada’s Top 25 Family Friendly Employers. Derived from the annual Canada’s Top 100 Employers guide, this distinction is awarded by the editors of Mediacorp Canada Inc.
Among the key reasons for selection is the on-site L’Oréal Kids daycare centre located at the Distribution Centre in Ville Saint-Laurent, where a quarter of the Canadian employees are based. Inaugurated in 2002 in an effort to help employees to better balance their work and family life, the daycare centre has since expanded and now accompanies nearly 70 children through the first steps of their childhood.
Other examples of family friendly initiatives include an advantageous maternity benefits program and the company’s summer/winter hour policy.
L’Oréal Canada named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers
Every year since 2008, L’Oréal Canada has ranked among the prestigious Canada’s Best Diversity Employers listing. This annual competition aims to recognize Canadian employers offering exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs.
It is with great pride that the CEO of L’Oréal Canada, Mr. Javier San Juan, received this award, stating that at L’Oréal, diversity is at the heart of our career.In Canada, we encourage it within our teams as well as in our relationships with communities, he added.
L’Oréal Canada differentiated itself with its Valorizing Intergenerational Differences training program, which aims to promote understanding and openness to others. This training, entirely created within the Canadian subsidiary, allows employees to distinguish between the particularities of each of the main generations found in the workplace and to understand the workplace behaviours inherent to each generation.
Canada’s Best Diversity Employers is managed by Mediacorp Canada Inc., which also publishes Canada’s Top 100 Employers. To find out more about the listing, visit Canada’s Top 100.com.
L’Oréal Canada, only company in the Consumer Goods sector to be named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People
Since 2009, L’Oréal Canada makes its mark as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People, an annual competition organized by Mediacorp, the editor of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. This prestigious distinction is awarded to Canadian employers with an exceptional capacity to attract, develop and retain the best talents.
Among the elements that attract young graduates to start at L’Oréal Canada and stay, the competition organizers cited the very dynamic and stimulating privileged work environment, as well as the resources put at the employees’ disposal.
L’Oréal is named one of Canada’s Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations for the first time in 2010
Annually since 2009, Maclean’s, Canada’s most popular and influential current affairs magazine partners with Jantzi-Sustainalytics, the global leader in sustainability analysis, to recognize thriving companies that have successfully integrated corporate social responsibility as a key to business, rather than simply a boardroom buzzword. These corporations have made doing good a fundamental part of their business.
The selection process includes an in-depth analysis of corporations’ performance across a wide range of environmental, social and governance indicators. Some areas of particular interest are environmental initiatives, impact on local communities, treatment of employees and supply-chain management.
Among the numerous reasons why L’Oréal was selected, three in particular were taken into account:
It is a great honor for L’Oréal to have been selected by Maclean’s and Jantzi-Sustainalytics to be part of the Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations stated Mr. San Juan, president and CEO of L’Oréal. Always striving to act as a good corporate citizen and making social responsibility an integral part of all our operations, we are committed to making the world a more beautiful place.