Due to the social complexities of Brazil – a country with a high index of poverty and informal jobs, and at the same time one of the fastest growing economies in the world – classifying vulnerability at the individual level without stigmatizing individuals is challenging. To address this problem, L’Oréal, together with social research experts, developed a multi-criteria evaluation tool to define and sort vulnerability levels in their partners’ workforce.
During their participation in the acceleration program, the project wants to work on transforming the existing evaluation tool into an inclusive recruitment and HR management tool, to be used both internally and externally.
The goal is to provide more than 2000 vulnerable people with access to jobs and secure their professional development, throughout the supply chain and internally, within the next five years. Furthermore, the tool shall be replicated in other countries.