L’Oréal Q&A: Becoming the ‘most ethical company in the world’

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L’Oréal’s global CEO recently stated his desire for L’Oreal to be “the most ethical company in the world.” It’s an admirable goal, for sure, but how do you achieve that when you have 86,000 employees and operations in 150 countries around the world?

L’Oréal’s Chief Ethics Officer Emmanuel Lulin, based in the company’s Paris headquarters, shares with Compliance Week how the 110-year-old consumer goods company, with annual sales of roughly €26.9 billion (U.S. $30 billion) in 2018, is working toward such a lofty ambition.

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