Promoting access to employment and social inclusion
By 2020, L’Oréal will have enabled 100,000 people from underprivileged communities to access work. To achieve this goal, the Group relies on a number of inclusive business models, such as providing vocational training, hiring people with disabilities and rolling out programmes such as Solidarity Sourcing.
people from underprivileged communities have gained access to employment. Our target: 100,000 people by 2020.
people in very difficult social or economic situation received free vocational training in the beauty sector as part of the Beauty for a Better Life programme, supported by the L’Oréal Foundation.
people accessed work through the Solidarity Sourcing programme, including 20,728 through The Body Shop’s Community Trade initiative.