Ranked among the Top 20 in fall 2016, L’Oréal is ranked this fall in the Top 10. The Group was scored on a wide range of criteria in four categories: diversity, people development, inclusion and controversy.
L’Oréal’s Diversity & Inclusion policy rests on three key foundations: ensuring gender equality, integrating more people with disabilities and recruiting people of every ethnic and social background. The Group’s ongoing and enduring commitment to inclusiveness is transparently and regularly audited by independent agencies, and L’Oréal’s initiatives have been recognized by the United Nations and other international bodies. With its worldwide presence, the Group aims for a reflection of the marketplace in all of its local subsidiaries.
“Ranking as one of the top global organizations for Diversity & Inclusion by Thomson Reuters validates our long-term commitment to ensure that our team members reflect the societies where we do business,”
said Jean-Claude Le Grand, Senior VP Talent Development and Chief Diversity Officer at L’Oréal.
For more information on Diversity and Inclusion: http://www.loreal.com/group/diversity-and-inclusion