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L'Oréal New Zealand

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Present in more than 140 countries, L’Oréal is a global leader in the world of beauty trends.  The Group is also an innovator in science and technology, delivering more than 7 billion unique and highly performant beauty products to our consumers each year.

More than just a beauty brand, it is this variety that offers graduates – especially those in business and marketing – the opportunity to make their mark early within their career, and grow quickly in a leading global business.

Being hands on and given responsibility is something graduates can expect from L’Oréal New Zealand from day one of the 12-month rotational programme throughout the business.
Graduates can expect to experience many opportunities and a wide variety of work, allowing them to raise their profile, collaborate and learn alongside many people within the business. 
During the rotation program, graduates gain a valuable understanding for each part of the business, the brands and the wider L’Oréal New Zealand business.

Formal training opportunities include; continuous in-house development courses, a suite of e-learning programs, as well as opportunities for training abroad. A graduate recently returned from Hong Kong based training. 
Play an active part
We believe our employees should play an active part in their career paths.  L’Oréal gives you the resources and support to grow your career, move fast, take responsibility, be autonomous, accumulate experience and show what you can do.

Clear and simple tools
We have constructed a simple and efficient career development process based on an annual review of talent, which enables us to identify and develop potential. Each person’s role in this process, from the immediate manager to the HR team and the employee themselves, is clearly defined. The process is based on the use of simple tools that are shared by the entire group.

Your own personal development
We do not think there is only one unique way to develop your career, but three;
  • Experience
Working on a new category or a new brand, experiencing another specialty of the same function, changing of function, training, working with new channels of distribution, discovering a new market thanks to international mobility, taking part in cross-functional projects, managing teams: all these experiences are very informative and help you progress.
  • Education
Acquiring new knowledge and practicing your skills, in a safe environment, is also a way to make progress.
  • Exposure
Interacting with others, across all levels, benefiting from their advice and experience. Mentoring and coaching to help you analyse the best options for your goals and abilities.