Dynamic skills management
The skills development and career planning programmes are organised in relation to how professions and specialisations are expected to change over the coming three to five years. Employees’ skills and development potential are assessed to allow career management on an individual basis with the aim of reducing differences. Employees each know the technical skills they need to do their job and the programmes consisting of 133 training paths that will enable them to acquire these qualifications.
The objective is both to provide for the personal development of employees and to see that the Group has an optimal level of skills and capabilities.
In 2016, 22 master-experts, 175 experts, and 614 specialists are thus ensuring that top-level know-how is being maintained in their fields.
An ethical, fair, and agreeable work environment
The PSA Group is committed to upholding fundamental human rights and ethical work relations everywhere it has operations. Owing to its well-established relations with trade unions, which enable it to deal with the challenges brought by new developments in professions and employment, the PSA Group signed an international framework agreement on social responsibility in 2010.
The PSA Group regards its employees’ health and safety as one of its primary obligations, and its performance ranks it among the top three car manufacturers worldwide in this area. Improving well-being and quality of life in the workplace is another priority. The Group also places a high value on diversity in general and gender diversity in particular, and it rejects all forms of discrimination. It promises employees equal opportunity based on merit.
Learn more about the Group’s corporate social responsibility commitments