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Prioritising learning and development
For L’Oréal, helping every employee to develop professionally is both central to driving performance and a question of responsibility. The Group has committed to ensuring that 100% of employees will benefit from at least one training session annually by 2020.
Towards more sustainable work places
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Commitments | Environment
L’Oréal takes palm oil sustainable sourcing one step beyond
L’Oréal directly purchases less than 320 tonnes of palm oil every year, but consume, via the ingredients purchased from its suppliers, palm oil or palm kernel oil derivatives in a quantity approximately equivalent to 70,000 tonnes of palm oil. These derivatives are glycerol, fatty acids or fatty alcohols, ingredients used in products for their emollient or foaming properties.
Fairtrade cotton for L’Oréal Professionnel hardressers
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Burkina Faso : Solidarity-sourced shea butter
Shea is the central component of a sustainable supply chain the Group has established in Burkina Faso. This chain also involves two complementary providers, a fair-trade company and one of the world’s largest shea butter producers.
A plant leading the way on including people with disabilities
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L’Oréal’s sustainability challenges
In 2012, within the scope of the consultations organised during the development of the Sharing Beauty with All programme, L’Oréal developed a materiality analysis.
Including people with disabilities
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Assessing suppliers’ CSR performance
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