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The Group's social policy in the spotlight at the Tigery site


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The Tigery supermarket BU site, south of Paris, received an official visit from Mr. Alain Bucquet, Prefect Delegate for Equal Opportunity for Essonne.

Welcomed by Bertrand Bompas, Deputy CEO of STEF France, the Prefect Delegate for Equal Opportunities took the floor to congratulate the local recruitment process and the Group's social policy. He then listened to the testimonies of three employees hired in 2019 as part of the "emplois francs" scheme, which benefits jobseekers living in a priority urban policy district (QPV).
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A tenure plan carried out with Pôle Emploi

Benoît Havez, Director of Human Resources for the Supermarkets BU, presented the tenure plan initiated last year in Tigery in close collaboration with the Corbeil-Essonne Employment Pole. The aim of this plan was to train and recruit order pickers on permanent contracts, a profession for which companies in the sector have the greatest difficulty in attracting candidates. 

The management of STEF Tigery has chosen to address all publics including people in professional integration, without prior training in its professions, and/or from priority neighbourhoods of the City Policy (QPV). The recipe for success is to encourage local sourcing with an ever-stronger anchoring in the territory. 

During 3 recruitment waves (April, July, December), candidates were invited to the Pôle Emploi to take part in collective information or "Job dating" sessions during which STEF Tigery teams presented the platform's activity as well as the various professions that do not necessarily require diplomas or technical skills. 

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Training and recruitment

Following these actions, interested candidates were interviewed by the STEF recruiter. Once their application was selected, the new employees began their integration by following a 140-hour discovery and training programme, and then became order preparers at STEF Logistique Tigery.

A total of 20 new recruits joined the ranks of STEF on permanent contracts, including 12 permanent jobs. These recruitments help to stabilize the workforce and strengthen team cohesion, enhance employee skills and improve the site's productivity.

The day ended with a visit to the supermarket site, during which participants were able to discover the facilities dedicated to our customers Cora, BDG+ (Bretagne Desserts Gavroche) and OC22 (Commercial Organization 22).