Scalian plans to recruit 2000 people to continue its exponential growth
Scalian is consolidating its HR strategy to keep up with and adapt to the Group’s rapid development.
The company employs 5200 people in nine countries and is committed to supporting and engaging its employees by implementing new company measures and commitments to the quality of life at work and to gender equality. Once again a certified Great Place To Work®, Scalian is continuing its recruitment campaign with 1400 vacancies to be filled in France and 600 internationally by the end of 2023.
Dynamic recruitment driven by rapid growth
“To continue our development in France and internationally, we set up a massive recruitment plan last year with the aim of maintaining the 27% organic growth achieved in 2022. To date, we have revenues of 500 million euros and we plan to reach 600 million euros by 2024, including through external growth,” says Caroline Nancy, Human Resources Director.
In 2022, 1200 people joined the Group in France. In 2023, the profiles sought for the 1400 positions to be filled are as follows:
All of these are permanent positions mainly for experienced engineers and consultants with at least 3 to 5 years of experience. Applications can be made directly on the Career section of the website. The recruitment process includes an initial telephone conversation with a recruitment officer, followed by an interview with a manager. In a second step, a technical interview will be scheduled and a third step will involve meetings with consultants.
Improving employee benefits to retain staffs
In order to meet expectations regarding purchasing power, family, health and the environment, Scalian has decided to add new benefits to those already in place: a value-sharing bonus, a general pay increase, monetisation of days with reduced working hours (RTT), revaluation of the face value of luncheon vouchers, a salary supplement granted in the event of long-term sick leave and an increased budget for social and cultural activities. This NAO (Mandatory Annual Negotiation) agreement is based on a dynamic social dialogue and complements the numerous labour agreements signed in France (the GEPP job and career management system, gender equality, profit-sharing, remote working, etc.)
A company that places people at the heart of its development strategy
“With local managers and an HR unit in each region, we ensure that we listen and respond to all of our employees and that their careers are managed individually. In order to best adapt to their needs, we build a tailor-made career path together with them and facilitate their professional, job or international mobility. Through an agreement, we are also committed to an approach that promotes gender equality, quality of life at work and the right to disconnect, thus encouraging remote working, work-life balance and skills development,” adds Caroline Nancy, Human Resources Director.
Childcare places, sustainable transport schemes with access to electric bikes and improved cover for alternative medical care add to the range of benefits that Scalian extends to its employees.
Scalian’s commitment to its employees has also been rewarded for the second time in a row by the Great Place To Work® certification, which recognises companies where employees enjoy working. In figures:
“We are very proud to have obtained this certification for the second time round! It reflects all the work done in the company over the last 5 years to develop and grow all our teams in line with the company’s core values: entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, enthusiasm, empathy and expertise. Today, our dynamics remain highly positive, opening up attractive long-term career prospects for our employees,” concludes Yvan Chabanne, CEO of Scalian.
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