- Renault will hire 1,000 people on fixed-term contracts in France in 2015.
- This announcement shows the commitment made upon signing the "Contract for a new dynamic of growth and social development for Renault in France", namely that of new hires in the second part of the agreement.
- Renault will also build on its commitment to young people by signing 1,000 apprenticeship contracts.
Today, Renault confirms the commitment made on 13 March, 2013 upon signing the "Contract for a new dynamic of growth and social development for Renault in France" by hiring new employees. Thanks to the competitiveness agreement’s effects, in addition to a promising level of activity, Renault is preparing for the future by strengthening its human resources.
Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault group: "These hires will enable us to benefit from all the specific skills required to meet the challenges of the future, in particular in the area of technological innovation. These hires are good news for Renault in France. They show that our efforts to promote competitiveness are bearing fruit."
The hiring campaign will focus on targeted businesses related to industrial projects and technological challenges over the next few years in France: autonomous and connected vehicles, alternative energies, etc.
Half of the employees hired in 2015 will work in Renault plants, with the other half working in other positions, in particular engineering. They will cover all professional categories (workers, technicians, engineers and executives) and are aimed at young graduates and experienced candidates alike. The Renault group will also endeavour to hire a large number of women, thereby confirming its commitment to gender diversity.
Moreover, the company will continue its efforts regarding the employment of seniors in accordance with the agreement for "the promotion of the employment of young people and seniors and intergenerational solidarity", signed in December 2013. In addition, the Group will continue its proactive policy to develop the professional skills of young people, with 1,000 new apprenticeship contracts in 2015.
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The Renault group has been making cars since 1898. Today it is an international multi-brand group, selling more than 2.7 million vehicles in 125 countries in 2013, with 36 manufacturing sites, and employing more than 117,000 people. To meet the major technological challenges of the future and continue its strategy of profitable growth, the Group is harnessing its international development and the complementary fit of its three brands, Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors, together with electric vehicles, the Alliance with Nissan, and its partnerships with AVTOVAZ and Daimler. With 12 world championship titles, Renault’s expertise in Formula 1 is equally remarkable, as a vector of innovation, image and awareness.