Including people with disabilities


04/2016 • Updated 18/04/2018

L’Oréal has developed a global policy to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities since 2008, in close collaboration with local and international experts including associations and NGOs. A network of Diversity coordinators active across the Group’s 65 entities conducts initiatives in line with this policy, adapting them to the local circumstances of each country. Since 2005, the Group has also been an active member of the ILO Global Business and Disability Network, the branch of the International Labour Organization dedicated to disability issues, and shares its good practices.

In 2017, L’Oréal had 1,042 disabled employees.

In autumn 2017, the Group was recognised by Thomson Reuters as one of the ten best-performing companies on Diversity and Inclusion, among more than 5,000 businesses assessed.

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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.