Sharing growth with its internal and external stakeholders is a priority for L’Oréal. The Group fosters access to work through a range of programmes, includes suppliers in its sustainable development commitments, and ensures that its employees around the world benefit from the best social practices.
people from underprivileged communities have gained access to employment. Our target: 100,000 people by 2020.
of the Group’s strategic suppliers have been evaluated and selected based on their environmental and social performance.They represent more than 70% of direct purchases (raw materials, packaging and contract manufacturing). Our target: 100% by 2020.
of the Group’s permanent employees have healthcare coverage reflecting best practices in their country of residence.
« Nous sommes tous mobilisés pour construire un Loréal plus durable. »Alexandra Palt
Directrice Responsabilité Sociétale et Environnementale
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Joining forces for children
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Quinoa: biodiversity, a source of innovation
In 2015, L’Oréal developed, in Bolivia, a sustainable sourcing project for the quinoa husk, thus creating a new market for growers.See more
of strategic suppliers have completed a self-assessment of their sustainability policy with L’Oréal’s support. Our target: 100% by 2020.
people accessed work through the Solidarity Sourcing programme, including 22,400 through The Body Shop’s Community Trade initiative.
of the Group’s employees attended at least one training session in 2015.