Meet the Team

    • Data and Tech

      Mahmoud’s experience as Masterdata Engineer

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    • Tech, Data, AI and more

      Shelley, Product Tech Accelerator at L’Oréal Group

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    • Science and Cosmetics

      Edine, Global Scientific Director of Kerastase

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    • Industry 4.0 and data

      Meet Matthieu from Operations

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    • Data engineer at L'Oréal

      Meet Carole, IT Data Engineer

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    • Engineering and the environment

      Meet Elie, sustainable packaging engineer

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    • From law to L'Oréal

      Pierre, IT Europe Contract Manager, shows it’s possible!

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    • Cosmetcis Labels - the science behind

      Elisa, Scientific promotion officer at L'Oréal Professionnel

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    • From Research to Digital Transformation

      Leopold proves it’s possible!

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    • The future of Beauty Tech

      Follow Thomas, HR Transformation manager.

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    Diversity, Ethics and Sustainability

    Sustainability at L’Oréal is a journey and sustainability practices are incorporated into everything we do. From innovations to current productions, to the way we live and the way we source, sustainability is a part of our core. By the end of 2020, 100% of our products will have an improved environmental or social profile. We will do this through various initiatives that include reducing the environmental footprint of formulas, respecting biodiversity through a sustainable sourcing policy for raw materials, committing to zero deforestation, and using eco-designed packaging.

    L’Oréal’s approach to Ethics is based on four essential principles: Integrity, Respect, Courage, and Transparency. We are committed to putting ethics first and these principles allow us to continue to be a trusted Group in which we love to work. The Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, has recognized L’Oréal as one of the 2019 World’s Most Ethical Companies. For us, gender-equity, sustainability, and giving our employees the right to speak up aren’t ‘nice to haves’, they are must-haves.

    When we look for talent, we look in unexpected places for different personalities, mindsets, backgrounds, and experiences that we know will do great things together. We empower our people to take risks and approach challenges unconventionally to change lives through beauty. People at L’Oréal are as colourful as the products we create; you can work with 150 nationalities speaking over 58 different languages. The beauty we find in our differences is the power that makes us stronger.

    Key figures

    Beauty Company Worldwide
    86K Employees
    Most Ethical Company in the World