Bruno Mantese

Bruno Mantese

Director of recruitment, Services France, Econocom
Impact report 2022/2023

Is helping vocational retraining a challenge?
What value should one attach to apprenticeship and work-study programs?
How do you measure your impact in terms of HR?

85% of the occupations that will exist in 2030 have not yet been invented. However, we do know that the bulk of these jobs will be digital.

More than synergies, symbiotic relationships between the world of digital professionals and that of education, professional retraining and apprenticeship are key to meeting today's challenges and especially those of tomorrow.

Therefore helping people retrain for a new career is an essential issue for us to face up to manpower shortages.

Today, nearly 10% of our recruitments are made via POEI (Individual Operational Readiness for Employment) in partnership with Pôle Emploi (French JobCenter) and training organizations dedicated to digital technology.

Similarly, apprenticeships and work-study programs are strategic because they give us access to a pool of applicants that we train and prepare for our businesses.

With this in mind, in 2022 we signed a multi-year partnership with the Omnes group, which encompasses 13 schools and 35,000 students.

In addition to the recruitments made, we are measuring the positive impact of these initiatives on diversity and therefore on the agility of our teams.​​​​​​​

How would you characterize the concept of good faith?

Acting in good faith entails being fair and honest, and therefore providing the assurance that we will be transparent and compliant in fulfilling our commitments to our employees and customers.

"The man of good faith you can trust, you will not be deceived" (Montaigne, French Philosopher)

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