Key figures

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Gender

20102017

Women
in top management

Executive
Committee

21%

33%

Management
Committees

39%

48%

Global Brand
General
Managers

43%

62%

Women
career development

Promotions

61%

68%

Training

59%

63%

Expatriates

34%

42%

Total
workforce

64%

69%

middle
management

59%

62%

Board
members

21%

46%

Gender Pay Gap Analysis in all entities based in France

*Medium salary difference between men and women at all categories (unlimited term contract).

3%*

Since 2007, L’Oréal calls upon INED, the French National Demographic Research Institute, to conduct a thorough gender pay gap analysis.

Salary gap (Men vs Women) per main categories net of structural effects (age, seniority, location, part time and status):
- Operatives/industrial workers: 1.22%
- Administrative staff: 0.77 %
- Managers: 4.03%

Certifications

For several years L'Oréal has put in place an ambitious policy on gender equality. In order to measure and evaluate the various actions implemented, the Group set up since 2011 - in half of the countries where it operates (representing 56% of the total workforce) certification processes with the following organizations:

EDGE (Economic Dividend for Gender Equality)

GEEIS (Gender Equality European
and International Standard)

29countries

  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • USA
  • India
  • Russia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hungaria
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • UK

Disability

Total L’Oréal employees
with disabilities*1,238

*Direct employment
Updated in march 2018

Number of countries
that have a legal
obligation to hire people
with disabilities

32

Focus on France

2010

2017

4.33% 5.21% Direct employment
5.44% 6.64% Total employment

Nationality and Ethnicity

Number of nationalities
in overall headcount 158

21 subsidiaries

have supported initiatives promoting
social, economic and multicultural
diversity in 2017.

People engagement

Career development
investment

84.5m€*

*Up by +8.2% compared to 2016.

focus on

Employees trained in
the « Diversity & Inclusion » workshops

Over 28 000

Annual employee survey
to give feedback and
improve the ways of working

More than 80%
of the employees responded