Seven major French companies - Air France, Accor, Altran, Arkéma, Renault, Rexel and Sopra Steria - have been called to follow a training in anti-discrimination hiring, according to information from Franceinfo confirmed by The Figaro . This "upgrade" is organised under the auspices of the secretariat of State Marlène Schiappa, with the office of human resources Mozaïk RH.read also : Discrimination in hiring: seven large companies pinned
This training will take place on 2 July, during a half-day. The seven companies are invited, and should be represented by recruiters. The government had pinned in February for a "presumption of employment discrimination" in favour of a campaign of testing that he had sponsored.
After the "name and shame", this new stage of training, must, according to the secretariat of State, "addressing issues of diversity and inclusive company, clarify the concepts and stereotypes, create awareness of the recruitment and management inclusive, or co-construct inclusive practices within the company". At the present time, all of the companies have not yet responded to these. According to the information of France Info, three have confirmed they would be represented: Air France, Rexel, or Sopra-Steria.read also : Discrimination: testing in the public service
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