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Safran: renews its European Framework Agreement for Professional Integration of Young People

On 19 September, Safran Group together with the European Industry Union Federation, IndustriALL Europe, renewed the European Framework Agreement for Professional Integration of Young People, which was first signed in 2013. Retaining the same goal of facilitating its hiring momentum as well as the professional integration of young people, the new text notably strengthens its quantitative goals and how it recognizes the status of tutor.

Through . Published on 19 September 2017 à 15h35 - Update on 19 September 2017 à 15h35

Parties to the Safran European Framework Agreement for Professional Integration of Young People took the opportunity during its freshly renewed five-year period that runs until 2022 to make a number of improvements so that the industrial company can better meet the challenges of harnessing a hotbed of talent.

New commitments. The agreement’s original commitments had already focused on the voluntary nature of its on-boarding policy for young people in training and education, apprenticeships, trainees, and young researchers. With the new agreement the social partners have refined this down to annual quantifiable objectives including:

  • 5% of apprentices (full time equivalent – FTE) at Group level in Europe each year as compared with a 2,000 total in the previous agreement and as with the previous agreement the group also commits to giving priority to the recruitment of some of those young people at the end of their training,…
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