L’Oréal celebrates the 10th anniversary of its DisAbility Awards and restates its commitment to people with disabilities
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L’Oréal has made strides toward Diversity & Inclusion and is recognized for its achievements. More than 15 years ago, L’Oréal committed to employ people with disabilities as one of the historical pillars of the group’s Diversity & Inclusion Policy, along with ensuring gender equity and empowering people of all social, economic and multicultural backgrounds. 

Diversity & inclusion article 2018

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