As our employees are key factors in our economic performance and in the success of the Group, we are keen to offer them an environment where they can progress and develop their skills, make useful contributions to the economic goals of the Group and collaborate with many other professionals through a variety of work projects.
By combining economic performance with human and professional development, the policy of the Group’s Human Resources department favours social cohesion founded on the strong values of an entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, solidarity and those traditional values of reactivity and customer-based service that are held by all the Group’s employees.
Internal and international mobility:
One possible way of responding to the wishes of the employee and the organisation is mobility, which may be internal or international.
Internal mobility involves expanding an existing job, changing jobs, or changing sector. International mobility means a transfer abroad or a secondment from one country to another to carry out specific missions or projects.
Development of skills:
The professionalisation of our employees and guidance in their professional development are notably supported by a policy of training and mentoring. This policy involves specific technical actions for all of our jobs and cross-discipline actions common to a range of jobs or categories of employees.
Mentoring focuses on training using a transfer of knowledge and know-how from an experienced employee to a worker who is new to a specific post.