Key examples

 

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The worldwide beauty leader, L’Oréal is present in 140 countries. By implementing Diversity initiatives relevant to the societies where our team members live and work, they enable us to become more and more inclusive throughout the world.

Gender

Portugal: L’Oréal Portugal initiated a partnership with Girls Move, a foundation with two key goals: empowering girls in Mozambique and training our employees as mentors.


France
: L'Oréal Paris has been a partner and sponsor of Forum Elle Active since 2015. Organized by the Elle Magazine Foundation, the forum aims to empower women in the workplace and create a healthy work/life balance. Held annually in Paris, Lyon and Bordeaux.

 

Disability

China: L’Oréal China and the leading Chinese e-commerce retailer JD.com jointly established “Inclusive Beauty”, a training program to equip disabled people with the skills necessary for positions in online retail.

India: L’Oréal India launched R.I.D.E (Recruitment Initiative for Disabled Enablement). Accessibility audits and awareness workshops are helping the company welcome new employees with disabilities in Finance, HR and Operations. Watch the video

Brazil: L’Oréal Brazil has focused on facilitating digital access and navigation for all, notably people with disabilities. The initiative began in 2015 with Voz da Beleza, the 1st 100%-accessible consumer portal. Visit the website

 

Ethnic and social background

Netherlands: L’Oréal Netherlands is partnering with ECHO for the mentorship program Everybody Has Talent, which brings together multicultural students and L’Oréal employees (http://echo-net.nl). The program is designed to create awareness, provide coaching and expand professional horizons.

Pakistan: L’Oréal Pakistan partnered with iCARE to train 10 young adults from vulnerable communities for job opportunities in hair salons.

USA: L’Oréal USA is now a member of CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, a growing coalition of 250 CEOs pledging to advance diversity and inclusion within their organizations.