Employees L'Oréal

L’Oréal Ranked For 4th Time By Equileap Among Most Gender-balanced Companies

L’Oréal is TOP 5 worldwide and n°1 in France

For the 4th year in a row, L’Oréal is among the TOP 5 most gender-balanced companies of the world in Equileap's Global Gender Equality Ranking, among close to 4000 companies across 23 markets. L’Oréal is N°4 of the international ranking, N°1 in Consumer Staples category worldwide and N°1 in France country.

Equileap Global 2021Logo Equileap

“At L’Oréal we are all very proud to be recognized for the fourth consecutive year by Equileap. We have been strongly and proactively committed to Diversity & Inclusion, more broadly, and, specifically, to gender equity for more than 15 years, and we rely on rankings and standards of measurement to keep track of our progress and see how we can continue to improve. We are convinced that having a welcoming and supportive workplace for people of all genders adds value, boosts performance and powers innovation.”

Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO of L’Oréal

Pioneer in gender equality

L’Oréal is committed to promoting women every day and in every part of the world ensuring equal access to training and promotion. Regarding gender pay gap, L’Oréal has also been a pioneer by calling upon, as early as 2007, the Economix Institute that groups together renowned public research entities (INED, CNRS and Université Paris X), to conduct a thorough gender pay gap analysis. Since 2018, the Group has rolled out this approach worldwide. The company is also regularly audited to obtain certifications from GEEIS (Gender Equality European and International Standard) and EDGE (Economic Dividends for Gender Equality) in 31 countries, representing 60% of its total workforce.


Discover How we Promote Diversity and Inclusion

In 2020, women represented

54%

of L’Oréal’s leadership positions1

58%

of the Board of Directors

30%

of the Executive Committee as of April 1st, 2021

  1 Strategic and key positions at the Group level (around 1,300 positions).

Pioneer in gender equality

L’Oréal is committed to promoting women every day and in every part of the world ensuring equal access to training and promotion. Regarding gender pay gap, L’Oréal has also been a pioneer by calling upon, as early as 2007, the Economix Institute that groups together renowned public research entities (INED, CNRS and Université Paris X), to conduct a thorough gender pay gap analysis. Since 2018, the Group has rolled out this approach worldwide. The company is also regularly audited to obtain certifications from GEEIS (Gender Equality European and International Standard) and EDGE (Economic Dividends for Gender Equality) in 31 countries, representing 60% of its total workforce.


Discover How we Promote Diversity and Inclusion

Discover Our Gender Equality Recognitions

L’Oréal has also recently been recognized in Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index 2021 and has been ranked among the 15 Top companies out of STOXX Euro 600 by European Women on Boards, as well as ranked 1st by Humpact Emploi France 2020, in the gender equality category.

Back on Top