L’Oréal Hong Kong Recognized As a Caring Company for the 19th Consecutive Year
For the 19th year in a row, L’Oréal Hong Kong has been recognized as a “Caring Company” by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service and awarded the Caring Company logo 2021-22. The award is a testimony of L’Oréal Hong Kong’s outstanding corporate social responsibility performance and sustained efforts in giving back to the local community.
For over a century, L’Oréal has been dedicated to one sole vocation: creating beauty. And every single member of our employees plays a part in sharing beauty with the world. We strive to create a harmonious community for the betterment of Hong Kong through our corporate sustainability initiatives such as Citizen Day, the Group’s longstanding corporate tradition that encourages L’Oréal’s staff to take part in employee volunteering initiatives. In November 2021, L’Oréal Hong Kong organized the Citizen Day initiative for the 12th consecutive year and over 200 of our employees collectively dedicated more than 600 volunteer hours to contribute meaningful value to their community.
Eva Yu, President and Managing Director of L’Oréal Hong Kong, said, “At L’Oréal, we exist to create the beauty that moves the world. With this being our purpose, it is important for us to support and contribute to the betterment of our society while working to establish a business that is inclusive at its core. We are ecstatic to continue empowering and fostering a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community in Hong Kong.”
Over the years, L’Oréal Hong Kong has also strengthened its partnership with the Hong Chi Association with its members being engaged as staff at our employee cafeteria and taking part in packaging work at our warehouse. Additionally, L’Oréal’s product donations have been distributed to support the local non-profit organizations as well. In October 2021, L’Oréal Hong Kong organized an online charity sale and contributed a sum of HKD250,000 of its proceedings to “Make It Work Hong Kong” for the working poor community in the city, who faced a disproportionate impact during COVID-19. The fund aimed to facilitate vocational training and job matching for those who struggle to make ends meet despite being employed and thus improve their livelihood.