Inclusion, respect, tolerance, everyone thinks that these values are fundamental, but what is it really like in the workplace? Just imagine… You are at the coffee machine and your colleagues are discussing their holiday plans. You keep quiet. You can’t mention the person with whom you are going to share yours. How do you feel? How do your colleagues interpret this silence? Such a scene is the reality for about 50 per cent of all LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people at work. Keeping their sexual orientation secret requires almost permanent self-control and can be a source of stress and demotivation.
“With the FAST program, we’re making changes across the company to fully address the challenges of our industry and the mobility of the future.” This announcement by Thierry Bolloré, CEO of Groupe Renault, heralds an ambitious program of transformation encompassing the next three years.
“Star Black”, "Ultra Violet”, “Chili Orange”: do these names mean something to you? Join us as we talk to the man who leads the team behind these original names: François Farion, Design Director, Colors and Materials at Groupe Renault. Take a closer look at a passionate job that consists in imaging, researching and creating colors and materials for the exterior and interior design of cars.
This year, Groupe Renault, is celebrating 20 years of industrial presence in Brazil. With record market shares, Brazil is a land of opportunity for the Group. The investments made in the Ayrton Senna complex in Curitiba make it a high-performance industrial complex. Today, the site celebrates this anniversary and is delighted with the ranking of the Brazilian magazine Você S./A., which places Renault 8th out of 500 companies on the list of companies where it is good to work!
A pioneer twenty years ago, the Technocentre is evolving. Priority to collaborative spaces and digital tools. To remain at the forefront of innovation in work organization.
Emmanuel Macron visits the Maubeuge plant; Carlos Ghosn announces €450 million in investment for the new utility vehicle center of expertise.
Groupe Renault and Brilliance have today signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Liaoning province. The object of this agreement is to accelerate the growth of light utility vehicles in China. Renault and Brilliance have also confirmed the launch of three new electric LUV in China over the next two years.
Groupe Renault was very saddened to learn of the death, at the age of 91, of Mr. Raymond Levy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Renault from 1986 to 1992.
In the first six months of 2018, Dacia set a new record with 378,095 units sold, a 13.4% increase. Benoit Abadie, chief engineer for the Global Access range within Alliance, reviews what has made the brand a success in the last 15 years.