L’Oréal has shared its human rights policy in response to calls for greater transparency.
“As a business and as a responsible corporate citizen, L’Oréal wishes to make a positive contribution to the countries and the communities in which we are present,” said Emmanuel Lulin, Senior Vice President and Chief Ethics Officer. “We believe that we have to take steps to identify and address the possible human rights impact linked to our own operations and business relationships.
“Publishing our human rights policy is an important step, which allows us to explain more clearly how we respect this commitment in practice.”
The French beauty giant revealed that its policy touches many parts of the business, including digital, finance and legal, and marketing as well as ingredient sourcing.