'It's pure gaslighting': L'Oreal workers say they are being bombarded with screensaver images of smiling employees in the office, even as they dread returning to work in person
- L'Oréal USA, which employs nearly 11,000 people, began calling its employees back to work.
- Three current L'Oréal employees said that their work computers have been updated with screensaver images of smiling employees returning to the office and images showing new safety protocols.
- Meanwhile, internal communications reveal a sense of fear and frustration among employees regarding the work-from-home mandate.
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