Beauty for a Better Life: training as a catalyst for inclusion

Since October 2013, the headquarters’ 300 employees moved into modern, spacious new premises at a central location in Jakarta’s business district.

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04/2016 • Updated 18/04/2018

The L’Oréal Foundation oversees Beauty For a Better Life, a free vocational training programme for beauty sector skills that draws on the Group’s expertise in fields such as hairdressing and make-up. It supports people in difficult living situations, particularly socially and economically vulnerable women, victims of conflicts or violence or young people who have left home or dropped out of school.

Active in 27 countries, Beauty For a Better Life in partnership with local NGOs, helped 3,771 people gain access to employment in 2017.

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Promoting access to employment and social inclusion

By the end of 2015, the Group will guarantee its employees, in the 68 countries where it is present, access to the best practices in place for worker benefits through the L’Oréal Share & Care programme. This programme represents the universalisation of our social model, while also serving as a genuine catalyst for rapid progress. By 2020, 100% of L’Oréal’s employees will also have regular access to training, as part of our objective to ensure training for all.