Key figures

Key figures
Key figures

Gender

20102018

Women
in top management

Executive
Committee

21%

31%

Key Positions

37%*

54%**

Global Brand
General
Managers

43%

66%

Women
career development

Promotions

61%

69%

Training

59%

65%

Expatriates

34%

46%

Total
workforce

64%

69%


Managers

59%

64%

Board
members

21%

46%

Gender pay gap
analysis in all entities
based in France

Since 2007, L'Oréal calls upon the Economix Institute that groups together renowned public research entities (INED, CNRS and Université Paris X), to conduct an annual gender pay gap analysis in France.

The analyses has focused on median and mean salary differences between men and women.

Evolution of the median gender salary gap

(at all categories)

10%

2007

7%

2009

4%

2011

3%

2013

3%

2015

2%

2018

Average (mean) salary analysis
using comparable data

(salary gap net of structural effects of age, seniority, location, part time and status) that reveals a pay gap in favor of men:
All categories: 2,6% (in 2018)
• Industrial workers: 1,3%
• Operatives: 1,3%
• Administrative staff: 1,2%
• Managers: 3,6%

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 61% 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*1,177

Focus on France

2010

2018

4.33% 5.15% Direct employment
5.44% 6.64% Total employment

Nationality and Ethnicity

Number of nationalities
in overall headcount 158

23 subsidiaries

have implemented social and
ethnic origins initiatives in 2018

Solidarity sourcing with suppliers

A worldwide solidarity purchasing programme to advance social inclusion

Women's
economic
empowerment

38,596

of the beneficiaries
are women

98%
are smallholders and pickers fair sourcing raw materials based in Africa

29

projects
in

14

countries

141 beneficiaries
due to women-owned business

455 women
belong to vulnerable local communities or have now access to jobs usually reserved for men

Employment
of people with
disabilities

2,080

people with disabilities
working for our suppliers

up by

+39%

(since 2014)

of wich 468
are based in France

83

projects
in

24

countries

People engagement

Career development
investment

87.3m€*

*Up by +3.4% compared to 2017

focus on

Employees trained in
the « Diversity & Inclusion » workshops

33 000

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

88%
of the employees responded