Prioritising learning and development
04/2016 • Updated 18/04/2018
For L’Oréal, helping every employee to develop professionally is both central to driving performance and a question of responsibility. The Group has committed to ensuring that 100% of employees will benefit from at least one training session annually by 2020. In 2017, this proportion grew to 78%.
Its online training portal, My Learning, is integral to accelerating this ambition. Available in 27 languages, it had more than 46,700 frequent users in 2017. Employees followed 64,000 modules, which represents 170,000 hours of online training. For the first time, employees were also able to follow MOOCs offered by more than 150 universities globally. Overall, there were 3,200 registrations, and 19,000 hours of training were delivered.
In 2016, L’Oréal received the Brandon Hall HCM excellence award for the Klaxoon box, a box which makes it possible to create digital interaction during classroom training sessions.Back to « Developing »
people from underprivileged communities have gained access to employment. Our target: 100,000 people by 2020.
of our strategic suppliers have been evaluated and selected based on their environmental and social performance in 2016. They represent 74% of direct purchases (raw materials, packaging and contract manufacturing). Our target: 100% by 2020.
of L’Oréal’s permanent employees benefit from healthcare coverage reflecting best practices in their country of residence.
« Nous sommes tous mobilisés pour construire un Loréal plus durable. »Alexandra Palt
Directrice Responsabilité Sociétale et Environnementale