L’OREAL supports the UN Global LGBTI Standards of Conduct for Business.
This initiative is in line with our Ethical Principles: INTEGRITY, RESPECT, COURAGE & TRANSPARENCY, our longstanding commitment in favor of Human Rights as set out in both our Code of Ethics and our Human Rights Policy and our long-term and proactive diversity and inclusion strategy.
L’OREAL is particularly vigilant on issues related to the promotion of inclusion in the workplace and welcomes the UN Global LGBTI Standards of Conduct for Business, as they are useful and practical frameworks, which will help to accelerate change.
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