L’Oréal places ethics at the heart of its commitments
Because acting with integrity is vital to building and maintaining trust and good relationships.
Because we strive to have a positive impact on our stakeholders.
Because ethical questions are rarely easy but must be addressed.
Because we must always be sincere and able to justify our actions and decisions.
Fighting corruption: a major ethical concern
Maintaining integrity in all aspects of business is one of the pillars of the L’Oréal Code of Ethics. The Group has long been committed to fighting corruption and further strengthened its initiatives in this field in 2021.Read article
A new philanthropy policy
L’Oréal published its Ethical and Responsible Philanthropy Policy in 2021, which details the Group’s philanthropic commitments and explains how they align with its Ethical Principles.Read article
Ethics Day: an opportunity for internal ethics discussions
Every year, Ethics Day is the occasion for sincere and transparent discussion between employees worldwide and L’Oréal’s CEO, Executive Committee members, and Country General Managers. The eagerly awaited event attracts more participants each year.Read article
L’Oréal among World’s Most Ethical Companies in 2021
For the 12th time, Ethisphere, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, has ranked L’Oréal among the World’s Most Ethical Companies. Companies are evaluated on over 200 data points, grouped into five fields: ethics and compliance, culture, environmental and social practices, governance and leadership, and innovation and reputation. Assessment increasingly focuses on the way companies assess the root causes of a problem when it arises in order to prevent future incidents, particularly in the fields of data privacy and human rights, which are both important to company stakeholders.