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Author:Carrefour Polska Sp. z o.o.
Country:Poland
Start Year:2016
Contact:

Justyna Orzeł – Human Resources Director

justyna_orzel@carrefour.com

www.carrefour.pl

 

Types of organisation:Companies and business organisations
Description:

Our main objective is to promote vocational education and sustainably improve the quality of our apprenticeships by developing cooperation with professional schools and sharing our knowledge and experience with pupils, parents and teachers. Through our actions we endeavour to increase the number of partner schools and open new Patronage Classes. Moreover our objective is to promote key professions and show that gaining a professional qualification is a guarantee for stable employment. We want to convince not only pupils but mainly parents who have a great influence on their children's career path.

Short company / organisation description:

Carrefour Group is a French multinational retailer, one of the largest in the world (the first largest retail group in Europe and the second in the world). Carrefour operates in Europe (France, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Spain, Italy), South America (Argentina and Brazil), Asia (China and Taiwan), but also has shops (smaller sizes) in North Africa, other parts of Asia and Europe. Carrefour Group is multi-format (hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores and cash & carry stores, malls, gas stations) and multi-channel. Carrefour invests in new services and solutions to keep pace with its customers' ever-changing consumer habits. Since 1997 Carrefour Group is present in Poland.

Area of action: Supply
Area of action: Quality
Area of action: Image
Partners:
  1. Professional and technical schools. In 2015 we started cooperation with 2 vocational schools. Our objective is to establish contact and cooperation with vocational schools.
  2. Professional crafts. In 2014 we established cooperation with 2 professional crafts, with which we organise professional trainings for our employees and other actions due to promoting craftsmanship and vocational education.
  3. Chamber of crafts.
National Commitments:Do also have a look at the national commitment of your country

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