Warehouse Worker at L'Oréal
100% attendance over several yearsAlways achieving weekly targets.Means nothing to this company Made to feel you can't have a voiceLoved working there for many years,till tecent change in management
Warehouse Operative/Picker in Bury, Greater Manchester
on 3 February 2023
What they don’t tell you get regular cancellations, pick rates must be achieved favour Eastern European workers.the job light and easy get trained up on all aspects within the company
Warehouse Operative in Nottingham
on 21 November 2022
Overall the working personnel at L’Oréal were great except for one or two workers that were let’s say, not team players. The management, I have never met such a facist group of a management team and they’re getting away with it. Coming from a manager role myself of over 100 personnel, I feel for the workers but, I’m glad it was only a temporary role for myself.
Warehouse Operative in Bury
on 11 January 2022
I worked for this company by proman agency for 1 week and It had been a bad experience. I didn't get properly training but just a colleague explained to me what to do but if I didn't understand something then get rude. Was also very annoying haering colleagues speaking in their language while working I felt it very rude.
Warehouse Operative in Trafford Park, Greater Manchester
on 26 July 2020
I work always on pm shift i really do like people over there atmosphere at work is very nice i learned there few new skills aswel i learn health and safety standards as we using there only electric trucks and that rules are on a first place i dont remember any hard part of my job becouse im not scared work under presure i do like helping others
Warehouse Operative in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 13 December 2017
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