The world's largest beauty company wants you to spend your whole career there.
L'Oreal became the world's largest beauty company by slowly building — and acquiring — its 32 global brands, which include Lancôme, Essie, Clarisonic, and Maybelline. Today, the strategy for growth is focused on people. Recruiters are constantly searching for new talent, according to Sumita Banerjee, senior vice president of talent acquisition for L'Oreal Americas. And as soon as an employee joins the company, L'Oreal wants to keep them there.
"We see ourselves as incubators of talent and ideas," Banerjee says. "I recently read that U.S. millennials will have more than 15 jobs in their lifetime. You can have 15-plus jobs within the L'Oreal family and spend your entire career here. Our employees have the opportunity to shape their own career and change positions via our brands or divisions across the company and around the world. We want your career to be an adventure."
Banerjee shares how to best prepare for an interview at L'Oreal.
What areas of the company are growing fastest right now?
Whether we're looking for scientists in product formulation or e-commerce experts to help evolve our digital strategy, innovation is at the core of everything we do. We're constantly on the lookout for individuals to fill various roles — from marketers and engineers to color chemists and supply chain experts. We're also recruiting for our California Research Center, which is based in San Francisco. The CRC's mission is to grow and build scientific programs, publish in scientific journals, and foster collaborations with key academic laboratories, startups, and entrepreneurs.