Alstom receives Top Employer certification for the first time globally

The rail industry giant is looking for 1,000 young talents in France to support its development.

Alstom, a world leader in sustainable and intelligent mobility, received the Top Employer World 2023 certificate for the first time, with certificates in 22 countries2 compared to 14 countries in 2022. It is four consecutive years that the Alstom Group has received this distinction in Europe, the third year for the Asia-Pacific region and North America, and the first year for the Middle East.
As part of the ecological transition, Alstom must respond to the growing international demand for more modern and sustainable mobility solutions. With an order book of €85.9 billion3, the group maintains an excellent recruitment dynamic and targets, among other things, young talent to contribute to the challenges of sustainable and intelligent mobility.

“We are extremely proud to receive the Top Employer certification globally. This distinction recognizes our ongoing commitment to making Alstom one of the best working environments in the world. As a leader in sustainable and smart mobility, innovation and diversity are at the heart of our corporate strategy: we are looking for new talent to invent tomorrow’s mobility and grow with us,” explains Anne-Sophie Chauveau-Galas, Chief Human Resources Officer at Alstom.
In France, nearly 1,000 positions will be filled in 2023, including 50 positions at the Creusot site.
Alstom invests in and trains its new recruits with Alstom University
In Alstom’s recruitment strategy, young graduates are particularly targeted. The objective is to develop the recruitment of new graduates/VIE participants/PhD students, work study students and interns. This is already a reality in some countries like France, for example.
To ensure the integration and development of its new recruits, the company can rely on a strong internal learning culture. Thus, on average, 21 hours of training are
delivered to every employee worldwide annually, making extensive use of the latest technology. With a very extensive catalog, these training courses are particularly digital and accessible anywhere, anytime from any type of device (computer, tablet, smartphone). Alstom University offers immersive virtual reality experiences through its regional campuses, but also through metaverse, immersive interaction platforms using avatars and 3D models accessible from personal computers or using headsets. virtual reality.
“Beyond the number of training courses, the experience offered to our trainees, as well as the integration in the company, is also privileged. In 2022, Alstom received the “Happy Trainee” accreditation in France, Canada and Brazil and the “Happy Apprentice” in England, demonstrating the company’s desire to act to continue to provide the best possible experience for our trainees and apprentices . “, adds Anne-Sophie Chauveau-Galas.
Happy Trainee is an internal survey based certification for trainees and trainees. The aim is to assess the overall professional experience of young talent and then identify areas for improvement in each country.
Profiles that contribute to the innovation and implementation of Alstom solutions
Alstom develops green, sustainable and smart mobility solutions. Along its value chain, the company offers a wide range of professional opportunities in all functions, especially in engineering, but also in purchasing or project management. In line with trends in the technology sector, software engineering and cyber security are among the most dynamic functions. New professions related to hydrogen are also highly valued.

About Principal Employer Certification

The Top Employer certification recognizes a company’s commitment to creating a better work environment, as well as the excellence of its human resources policies and practices. The Top Employers Institute certifies organizations based on the results of the Human Resources Best Practices Survey. This survey covers six areas in HR, divided into 20 topics such as people strategy, work environment, talent acquisition, training, well-being, diversity and inclusion.

About Alstom

Leading the way in the energy transition, Alstom develops and markets mobility solutions that form sustainable foundations for the future of transport. Whether high-speed trains, metros, monorails, trams, integrated systems, personalized services, infrastructure, signaling or digital mobility solutions, Alstom offers its diverse customers the most complete portfolio in the industry. 150,000 vehicles in commercial service worldwide testify to the Group’s renowned expertise in project management, innovation, design and technology. In 2022, Alstom is included in the Dow Jones Sustainability, World and Europe indices, for the 12th time in a row. Based in France, Alstom is present in 70 countries and employs more than 74,000 people worldwide. The group generated revenues of €15.5 billion during the financial year ended March 31, 2022.
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