Função: Recursos Humanos
Tipo de Emprego: Tempo Integral
Localização: UK - England - London, Hammersmith
País/Região: United Kingdom
The world leader in beauty, L’Oréal is present in 130 countries on five continents. Our 32 international brands have allowed us to devote ourselves solely to one business: beauty, with a mission to provide the best in cosmetics innovation to all women and men around the world. We want to bring beauty to all people. Our ambition by 2020 is to win over another one billion consumers around the world by creating the cosmetic products that meet the infinite diversity of their beauty needs and desires through continued digital innovation. L’Oréal encourages diversity and sustainable, ethical sourcing for all our products and we have reduced our emissions by approx. 50% since 2005. Our brands are leaders in beauty, and we are looking for you to lead the change you want to see in L’Oréal.
What are key highlights of this role?
Working with the Director of Learning, Engagement and Culture, and multiple senior stakeholders in the UK and Ireland as well as the Global Head Office in Paris, you will be responsible for working with an external provider to manage the front and back ends of the employee engagement surveys for the UKI business. You will carry out extensive analysis of this data to identify the key insights and opportunities from a total business and individual team perspectives, and partner the business to construct and activate the relevant action plans to allow them to increase employee experience and associated metrics. You will also manage the induction and exit surveys and analysis, and manage the relationship with relevant external bodies such as Glassdoor.
What are the key duties of this role?
What key skills are L’Oréal looking for?
· Experience of end to end management of small and large scale cultural change initiatives in a major organisation.
· Ability to network and influence with senior level stakeholders and experience of presenting at board level
· Excellent communication skills with proven track record of building effective relationships with other
· Previous experience of working within the context of complex, matrix organization, desirable.
· Broad business understanding with proven track record of project management.
Ability to analyse data, draw accurate conclusions and communicate key messages succinctly
A pro-active “can do” attitude.
Advanced level PowerPoint and Excel skills essential.
Demonstrates entrepreneurship; Manages Complexity; Achieves results with integrity; Acts/Leads with human sensitivity; Displays sensitivity to the metier; Interacts effectively; Innovates.
Potential next steps following this role
L’Oréal is focused on talent development. You will be supported throughout your career by your colleagues, line manager and the HR team with regular reviews and clear expectations and objectives. If you meet these objectives, you can expect your career to progress to other roles either internationally, at head office or at one of our distribution centres. Possible next steps include, but not limited to a generalist or specialist management role, or a role within the business.