The plant of the future entails the global digital transformation of a manufacturing site. It facilitates production by connecting people and processes. Digitalization fosters the dissemination of the right information to the right place at the right time, the aim being to increase customer satisfaction. As reflected in the work of Gabriel Tanasie, Head of a Connected Basic Work Unit at the Pitesti plant in Romania for a year and a half and connected just recently.
Paris, September 26 – Marianne Bataillon, in charge of electric and hybrid components strategy for the Alliance was in the spotlight at the French Women of Industry Trophy ceremony organized by French magazine L’Usine Nouvelle. Ms Bataillon received the trophy for her project management in the development of a 400 km-range battery for the ZOE in the Projects category.
CHRO of the Year Award for Marie-Françoise Damesin, human resources executive VP with the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Groupe Renault
Neuilly-sur-Seine (France), 12 June 2017 – Marie-Françoise Damesin, human resources executive VP with the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Groupe Renault, was awarded the 2017 CHRO of the Year Trophy. This distinction, founded in 1997 by Cadremploi, Hudson and Le Figaro, promotes the profession of human resources chief, and its strategic contribution to company development. As Ms Françoise Damesin notes in this interview, credit goes to the group’s human resources teams, and the workforce as a whole.
Groupe Renault was recently awarded the RH&M group’s Digital HR Team prize for MaVie@Renault, an employee-centric new digital HR portal providing Groupe Renault’s French employees with a useful and convenient one-stop entry point for accessing full HR information.
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Renault has announced it is recruiting 1,000 people in 2016. Thierry Koskas, group EVP for sales & marketing, tells us about the changing shape of sales and marketing careers.
We spoke with Renault's manufacturing chief, José Vicente de los Mozos, about the announced recruitment wave totalling 500 new hires in French production facilities for 2016, consistent with the group's growth outlook.
The Renault group has announced it will be hiring people on permanent contracts in engineering throughout 2016. We spoke with Groupe Renault’s head of vehicle engineering, Gaspar Gascon, on the recruitment campaign.
By the end of 2016, Renault will have hired a total of 2,000 people on permanent employment contracts since its recruitment drive started in early 2015. Renault's HR director for France, Tristan Lormeau, talks to us about how recruitment went in 2015, and about the profiles being sought today.
In February, Renault announced it would be recruiting 1,000 people on permanent employment contracts in France in 2015, one half in production functions and the other half in services and engineering. The good news received broad press coverage in France and further afield. Three months on, we asked Jean Agulhon, human resources director for France, how the project was advancing.