France: new agreement at Michelin aims to promote a learning culture to develop skills of the future

The leadership of French tyre manufacturer Michelin has negotiated an agreement with the unions on the management of jobs and career paths (GEPP) in order to anticipate skills needs and meet its development plans for the period 2024-2026. The agreement strengthens training and introduces new measures to enable employees to manage the latter part of their careers in the best possible conditions, taking account of the longer working lives brought about by the pension reform.

Through Nathalie Tran. Published on 13 November 2023 à 16h25 - Update on 13 November 2023 à 17h02

On 8 November, Michelin signed an agreement with the CFDT, Sud and CGT-FO trade unions on the management of jobs and career paths from 2024 to 2026, designed to support its skills strategy. The group, which is seeking to accelerate business activities “around and beyond tyres”, needs to have the right people in the right place at the right time in the years ahead. With 16,000 employees in France, the firm is continuing to invest and innovate in tyre manufacturing, in particular to adapt to the specific requirements of electric vehicles. It is also developing expertise in the field of low-carbon mobility,…

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