On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, LVMH reiterates its commitment to the inclusion of all its talents



On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, LVMH is reiterating its commitment to making excellence a lever for social and professional integration. The Group and its Maisons are fighting the still-too-widespread idea that disability and luxury don’t go together. For over 15 years, LVMH has made the integration of disabled workers a priority. With its new “Looking Beyond Disabilities” video series, LVMH sheds light on some of the people who make the difference and act for a more inclusive workplace:

Seth Kaufman, Chairman and CEO of Moët Hennessy North America, shares how his strength as a leader also comes from his vulnerability.

The team at Guerlain’s factory in Chartres, France, tells the story of the integration of two young adults with severe autism, in the context of the Maison’s recruitment program.

Through an extensive inclusion process, Sephora U.S. has set a goal of having 30 percent employees with disabilities in its distribution centers.

The Parisian department store La Samaritaine (DFS) fosters the integration of disabled talent by contributing to their work-study training, a source of life-changing opportunities.

LVMH Perfumes & Cosmetics South Korea has launched a program aiming to recruit employees with disabilities.