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L'Oreal Unveils Evaluation Scheme For Brand And Country Managers As Part Of Sustainability Initiative

May 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
L'Oreal will evaluate the performance of brand and country managers based on the objectives defined in the company's Sharing Beauty With All sustainability program, according to chief sustainability officer Alexandra Palt. Brand managers will be assessed based on their achievements toward the three main SBWA product targets: increasing the percentage of products with improved environmental or social profile; driving the brand's efforts to combine sustainability with customer interactions; and the brand's contribution to the company's environmental or social purpose. Country managers will be evaluated depending on how well the company's growth has been shared with local employees and communities.
Madeleine Cuff, "L'Oreal reveals secrets of its executive carbon bonus scheme", Business Green, May 06, 2016, © Incisive Business Media (IP) Limited
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