L’Oréal Enforces New Office Policy

L’Oréal Enforces New Office Policy

THE WHAT?  L’Oréal has mandated its 87,000 global employees to return to the office for at least two Fridays every month, as part of a revision to its remote working policies reported by The Times.

THE DETAILS This change aims to increase office attendance following a period of more flexible hybrid working arrangements introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic. In the UK and Ireland, where L’Oréal employs 4,500 staff, the requirement is for employees to work in the office three days a week.

THE WHY? The company’s chief executive, Nicolas Hieronimus, expressed criticism of fully remote working at the World Economic Forum, attributing a lack of attachment, passion, and creativity to such arrangements and suggesting that L’Oréal’s quick post-pandemic recovery was due to maintaining a balance between remote and in-office work.

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