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L’ORÉAL ranked 2nd favourite employer among French business school students

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Still ranked in the Top 5, L’Oréal is now ahead of Google, Chanel and Apple, respectively ranked at 3rd, 4th and 5thplace. Above all, the group is now an exception in the consumer goods sector. This increase compared with last year is likely due to L’Oréal’s innovation capacity and its major digital transformation over the few years.   The question today is to know if we can still be ranked among consumer goods companies. Our company is today a hybrid model that combines high consumption indeed, but also luxury, pharmacy, B2B, that is ... Read More »

The Groupe Renault is committed to youth employment and training in France

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To this end, the Group partners today for the next three years with: - l’Ecole de la 2ème chance en Yvelines for the development of workshops for manual work (screwing, drilling, reading standard operation sheets...), in order to broaden the professional perspectives of young trainees from the 78 department towards crafts, construction and industry. Every year the school supports more than 400 young people aged 18 to 25, without diplomas or qualifications. - Energies Jeunes whose mission is to develop school retention among secondary school s... Read More »

Philips Benelux – one of the most attractive employers worldwide

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Over the last five years, Randstad has named Philips as ‘Best Employer in the Netherlands’ three times, due to Philips’ consistent and extraordinarily high scores in the fields of ‘reputation’, ‘career growth opportunities’, ‘pleasant work environment’, ‘work-life balance’, and ‘innovation’.  The health technology company joins the world’s twelve strongest employer brands, which also include Audi, Google, IKEA and Microsoft. “As a global leader in health technology, we seek to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide every day,” sai... Read More »

Helping 1 million Europeans find a job or grow their business by 2020

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That’s why we’re renewing our commitment to the EU Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, with a new pledge to help 1 million Europeans find a job or grow their business by 2020. This commitment goes beyond our previous pledge to help people develop digital skills to ensure that we support trainees as they put those skills to use in building careers and businesses. We’ve now trained 3 million Europeans, and more than 2 million people in Africa, in digital skills. This is our “Grow with Google” project, launched in 2015 and localized with expert ... Read More »

Bentley Motors named Top Employer with focus on the future commended

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The award - presented by the Top Employers Institute - highlighted Bentley’s emphasis on continuous improvement, employee conditions and dedication to the company’s 4,000-strong workforce. Commenting on the achievement, Dr. Astrid Fontaine, Member of the Board for People, Digitalisation & IT, said: “Maintaining Bentley’s status as one of Britain’s Top Employers reflects the company’s dedication to the personal and professional development of all of its colleagues. Everyone here at Bentley is incredibly passionate about what they do and w... Read More »

Lloyds Bank: Business in Britain: Business confidence remains strong as export hopes rise

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Firms remain hopeful of growing sales, orders and profits Exports to Europe and globe expected to rise in next six months More firms expecting to increase their investment spending Survey findings suggest that underlying economic activity will remain strong in the second half of 2015 The twice-yearly report, now in its 23rd year, gathers the views of 1,500 UK companies, predominantly small to medium sized businesses, and tracks the overall “balance” of opinion on a range of important performance and confidence measures, weighing up the... Read More »

Groupe Eurotunnel present at the “Jeunes d’Avenirs” event in Lille

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The first edition of this exhibition attracted more than 6,000 young people searching for employment or educational opportunities. With a track record of significant recruitment over the past four years, Groupe Eurotunnel will be present at the exhibition with representation from its French subsidiaries, CIFFCO, Europorte and ESGIE, to showcase the different skills required in the railway business and will be offering around 50 local jobs, in sustainable sectors and complete with full training for successful candidates. ... Read More »

Carrefour launches “Get up and do your thing!”

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"Get up and do your thing" – a competition designed to encourage 18 to 30-year-olds "Get up and do your thing" is a competition that Carrefour has set up with the help of Jamel Debbouze as part of the retailer's proactive policy to grant young people access to training and employment. Together, Carrefour and Jamel Debbouze are seeking to provide young people with the encouragement they need to ensure that their projects are successful. The competition features two project categories: professional (involving setting companies up in particular... Read More »

Accenture grants social business women US$1.3 million to help women in Germany find jobs or start businesses

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The award is part of Accenture’s corporate citizenship initiative Skills to Succeed, which will equip more than 700,000 people around the world by 2015 with the skills to get a job or build a business. Over a four-year period, the grant will enable Social Business Women to expand within Germany from one to at least five locations, providing skills training to help women seeking employment or entrepreneurship. In addition to the grant, Accenture people will provide Social Business Women with pro bono services that support program management and ... Read More »

Vodafone: European youth divided on appeal of entrepreneurship

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Comprehensive Vodafone Institute survey among 6,000 young adults in six European countries Three-quarters of German 18 to 30-year-olds not interested in setting up digital business or working for ICT start-up, while Spanish and Italians want to become digital entrepreneurs Eighty per cent of Spanish and Italians keen to start own businesses, while only half of Germans considering entrepreneurship Italian 18 to 30-year-olds surveyed pessimistic about their futures, Dutch and Germans most optimistic When asked if they would like to set up t... Read More »

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