L’Oréal is a global leader in cosmetics, beauty and grooming with companies in more than 70 countries representing over 130 product lines. The company is highly revered as a desired place to work and has been awarded with several “top employer” awards globally from various respected entities including Forbes magazine , Glassdoor and Montréal’s Top Employers . There are several factors that have contributed to this top employer recognition, one of which is the strong, positive corporate culture they’ve manifested through employee engagement and empowerment via social media. Although counterintuitive for many companies, L’Oréal has embraced the use of social media by it employees. In fact, it encourages it. Social media for most companies is perceived as a distraction and a hindrance to productivity. As a result, social media policy is typically created with the objective of restricting its usage. Conversely, L’Oréal, views social media policy as an opportunity to enlighten employees on its benefits and an opportunity to shed light on the tools and tactics that can be applied to use it effectively to shape desired behaviours.
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