The CEO of Renault Carlos Ghosn at the side of the model Zoe at the Mondial de l’automobile in Paris, on September 29, 2016 ( AFP/Archives / ERIC PIERMONT )
These hires are in addition “to 1.000 new hires in 2015 and the 1,000 recruitments announced in the month of February 2016″, “3.000 the number of new employees recruited in CDI between 2015 and 2016,” says the group in a press release.
“The group is therefore considerably” 760 recruitments recorded in the agreement of competitiveness was signed in 2013 with the three unions, which are synonymous of efforts for the employees and thousands of job losses.
Prior to this announcement, the group estimated that there were approximately 7.200 deletions net positions departures (through non-replacement of posts, voluntary redundancies or early retirement) over the period 2013-2016.
“With the agreement signed in 2013, we showed that a social model of solid is a powerful support to the growth of the group. Three years after, all commitments were met or exceeded. Today, Renault is strongest in France and recruits new to support its growth and prepare for the future,” says the CEO, Carlos Ghosn, quoted in the press release.
But according to the SOUTH, the anticipated “remain inadequate to deal with the explosion in the number of departures”. “To find the employment level for 2013″, should be “7.000 number of permanent positions in the group,” responded the union in a press release.
The precise direction that the new recruitments will be held “for half in the factories and for the other half in the other sectors of the group, mainly in the fields of engineering and in the service functions”.
“They will focus on all the professional categories (workers, technicians, engineers and managers) and will be targeted both to young graduates to profiles experienced,” adds the group.
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