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Discover how R&D belongs to women at Saint-Gobain!
Saint-Gobain is embarking on a new digital experience in order to further encourage internal mobility and more effectively meet the expectations of candidates and employees in terms of recruitment.
Internal mobility for employees will be made easier with the Moov! platform, and the Join Us recruitment site will offer a better experience for outside candidates.
Both of these sites, which are linked to the same Application Tracking System (ATS), were initially rolled out in France and the United Kingdom, and will be expanded to other countries in the Group in 2021.
This recruitment tool and its new application and talent management features will benefit everyone: employees, managers, human resources teams and outside candidates.
End of 2020, the collaborators of Saint-Gobain responded to an internal survey: me @Saint-Gobain. This global study enables all employees of the Group to give feedback about what it is like to work for Saint-Gobain. Its objective is to understand and improve the employee experience at Saint-Gobain; not only at Saint-Gobain Group level but also in the employee-specific work environment level.
This global engagement survey is proposed for the second year to Saint-Gobain employees and, despite a difficult context, the participation rate is remarkable: 78% of respondents, corresponding to 155,390 employees. An increase of 4% over last year.
On Friday, October 9th, virtually took place the Saint-Gobain’s V.I.E. Young Talent Awards ceremony. Like a Cesars’ ceremony, 6 young talents who completed their V.I.E. this year at Saint-Gobain were presented with a trophy by executive’s members of the Group.
What is SAINT-GOBAIN BRAIN?
An immersive adventure inside a Saint-Gobain-themed futuristic virtual world. This serious game makes you explore the Group’s various profession areas in search of clues disseminated through three rooms: a sales point, a 4.0 plant and a laboratory. With the help of artificial intelligence, you are guided to solve the three main challenges and the fifteen stages.
"Our talent management and women's leadership promotion policy have been particularly highlighted: we are among the industry's best practices in terms of the presence of women at all levels of the company and in the highest paid positions."
End of 2019, the collaborators of Saint-Gobain responded to an internal survey: me @Saint-Gobain.
This global study enabled all employees of the Group to give feedback about what it is like to work for Saint-Gobain. Its objective is to understand and improve the employee experience at Saint-Gobain; not only at Saint-Gobain Group level but also in the employee-specific work environment level.
An impressive participation!
"A springboard to a great career for young entrepreneurial graduates, V.I.E (International Business Volunteers) is a program that enables young Europeans aged 18 to 28 to work abroad for a French company."
Claire Pedini, Senior Vice-President in charge of Human Resources and Digital Transformation answers our questions.
"Our targets are clear: we want to see 25% women managers in 2020 and 25% women executives in 2025. In order to achieve these targets, we must attract and hire more women and better identify internal talent to allow women to break through the glass ceiling. We need help to get there."
Marie Combarieu is a pioneer at Saint-Gobain: she is the first "intrapreneur" and the first woman to launch her start-up via the Group's incubator. Decoding her success story!
In theory, women and men have the same chances in the recruitment process. But in practice, women unconsciously turn away from certain job offers and their applications are not always studied as thoroughly. What is to blame for this? Cognitive bias plays a major role in the recruitment process.
"Empowerment” is a new form of management that encourages employees to be actors in company projects and authors of their own development. What are the benefits of this new management approach? How can you implement it in your organization? We take a closer look.