L’Oréal, the #1 beauty company in Singapore, currently has 18 international brands across luxury, masstige, consumer and hair categories. Established in 1990, it has more than 600 employees and a Research & Innovation Centre. L'Oréal Singapore consistently wins awards as one of the top employers in the country, as well as sustainability awards for its commitment to environmental, social, ethical and consumer needs. These include the 2018 Singapore Business Review International Business Award for Logistics for the first-ever innovative trucking and sustainability solution in Asia-Pacific, and also the first-ever beauty brand to win the 3R Award 2017 from National Environment Agency.
For Women in Science (FWIS)
The L’Oréal Singapore For Women In Science National Fellowship programme was established in 2009, and is organized with the support of the Singapore National Commission for UNESCO and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). The programme recognizes talented women researchers in the scientific field, and aims to encourage women to not only pursue and maintain careers in science; but actively participate in Singapore’s research and development sector as well. Since its inception in 2009, L’Oréal Singapore has consecutively awarded the fellowships over the past ten years; thus far, 22 women scientists have been honored with fellowships.
To learn more about FWIS in Singapore, please visit www.loreal.sg/csr-commitments/fellowships
For more information, please visit the global site at www.forwomeninscience.com/en/home
One of the world’s major competitions for students, Brandstorm has won several awards in the Human Resources sector. The competition has attracted more than 95,000 participants from 58 countries in 25 years. It supports the L’Oréal Group’s Employer Brand reputation by letting young talents discover the company, its challenges and its culture “from the inside” and developing participants’ employability with educational resources. Each year Brandstorm helps to recruit 150 to 200 profiles to the Group’s entry-level programs. In 2017, Brandstorm is repositioning itself and becoming an innovation incubator for talents and their projects.
Awards & Recognition
In 2017, L’Oréal Singapore was the first and only beauty brand to receive the 3R Award from the National Environment Agency (NEA). Awarded to Kiehl's Singapore for its Recycle & Be Rewarded program, customers can bring back used Kiehl's bottles for recycling. The award recognises shopping malls and mall retail tenants that have contributed significantly to waste minimisation through the implementation of the 3Rs (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle).
In 2018, L’Oréal Singapore won the Singapore Business Review International Business Award for Logistics with the first innovative trucking solution in APAC. By innovating a double-deck cross border truck between Singapore and Malaysia, it allows double-stacking of cargo, which saves up to 30% of CO2 emissions, and lowers the environmental footprint significantly. In the same year, L’Oréal Singapore have also received 3 industry awards - “Care and Positive Work Environment”, “Supply Chain Transformation of the Year (Projects)” and “Supply Chain Professional of the Year” at the 2018 Supply Chain Asia Gala Award Ceremony.
At Universum “Most Attractive Employers” Awards 2017, L’Oréal Group was ranked #1 Most Attractive Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Employer in Singapore among young graduates from the fields of business, humanities / liberal arts and engineering / natural sciences. In 2018, L’Oréal continues to be ranked among the top employers in Singapore.
L’Oréal Singapore is also ranked #1 Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Employers in gradsingapore’s “100 Leading Graduate Employers” of 2018, and overall top 10 Leading Graduate Employer among all sectors, as voted by 12,000 local students and graduates in its annual national survey.
Beauty Brand Awards: L'Oreal Singapore ended 2017 with a string of beauty awards won by our brands. To read more, please visit https://www.loreal.sg/media/press-releases/2018/march/beauty-awards-2017