Today 09/23/2016 - 05:35:23 PM
Peugeot SA 13.525€
CAC 40 4,488.69 PTS
PSA Peugeot Citroën today assembled at its headquarters in Paris the public and private players tasked with stimulating local job markets via its Territorial Career Mobility and Transition Platforms. The aim of the meeting was to assess the platforms' first achievements and strengthen ties between career mobility and transition stakeholders.
These platforms were launched as part of the New Social Contract, with the full support of regional councils, the civil service, the French Union of Metallurgy and Mining Industries (UIMM) and partner companies.
They are already up and running in the regions where PSA Peugeot Citroën operates: Alsace, Brittany, Franche-Compté, Ile-de-France and Nord/Pas-de-Calais. They focus on:
This approach is aligned with the converging concerns of employee representatives and public officials, as expressed in the inter-professional national agreement (ANI) of 11 January 2013 and the Act of 14 June 2014 voted following the proposals of the Gallois report on competitiveness.
Commenting on the results of the assessment, Xavier Chéreau, Executive Vice President Human Resources, said: "Through its Territorial Career Mobility and Transition Platforms, PSA is demonstrating its commitment to securing jobs and safeguarding the career paths of its employees by developing collective initiatives to stimulate the job market at a local level."