L’Oréal Australia acknowledges Equal Pay Day

This #EqualPayDay L’Oréal Australia acknowledges the need to #RemoveTheBarriers and advocate for gender equality in the workplace

L’Oréal Australia remains a public advocate for women, from the prevention of domestic violence, their health and safety, to equality in the workplace.

Earlier this year, L’Oréal Australia’s Managing Director and Champion for Change, Rodrigo Pizarro became a WGEA Pay Equity Ambassador. As part of this important role, Rodrigo and L’Oréal Australia’s executive management team recently conducted a pay gap analysis and have made the necessary changes, including salary adjustments to rectify any unexplained inequities that exist between like-for-like roles, across the business.

“Although it is good to see the lowest national pay gap in twenty years, a gap of 14.6% still reflects that as a country and community we have a long way to go. Change will only be made when there is collaboration between government, industry leaders and the community as a whole.”  Rodrigo Pizarro - Managing Director, L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand.

L’Oréal Australia is proud of its inclusive policies including flexible work arrangements and equal parental leave, as well as supportive resources such as Circle In Parent Portal. Alongside its inclusive culture, L'Oréal Australia  believes their company is a great place to work, be that for men or women.

For further media information, please contact:

Christine Burke
Communications Director
L’Oréal Australia
Telephone: 0411 142 622
Email: [email protected]