Within Group Operations HR Department, the Organisation and HR
Transformation function designs services and ensures timely HR delivery on organizational projects, supporting and coordinating the HR Business Partners in their respective domains, with focus on project management, change management and employee engagement.
The trainee, who will have the opportunity to join the Organisation and
HR Transformation function, will support organisational analysis and projects, contribute to some HR critical processes, such as performance management and organizational reporting, and assist the Organisation and HR Transformation
Manager in creating a clear and compelling picture for Group Operations’ employees tying the pieces of corporate identity, employee value proposition and engagement plans.
This is an excellent development role within the area of Human Resources and will support anyone looking for wide breadth of experience in all section of the HR job family.
Our team is committed to its trainees’ growth and encourages active participation in providing new and innovative ideas. We strive for excellence and promote an “always in beta” culture, benefiting from an environment comprised of passion and trust.
Contribute to organizational analysis such as process analysis, job analysis, job evaluations, and ensure the accuracy of all organizational information (including org-charts) at worldwide level
Support the launch and the coordination of the performance management process supporting HR BPs, supervising and reporting on related KPIs
Execute organizational projects’ administration tasks with a specific focus on change management activities
Support the implementation of a global onboarding plan, contributing to the creation of contents and tools
Sustain internal communication plans using varied methods such as development of intranet content, communication events, manager and employee toolkits
Support engagement initiatives though the adoption of innovative employees’ involvement techniques/tools that leverage also social media practices
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Headquarters Paris, France
Size 10000+ employees
Type Company – Public (PPRUY)
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year
Competitors Carrefour, LVMH, Richemont
PPR has transformed itself from a conglomerate to the world’s third-largest luxury group (behind LVMH and Richemont). PPR’s stable of global luxury brands includes a 99% stake in Italian luxury goods company Gucci Group, and luxury brands Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Boucheron, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney, and Yves Saint Laurent, among others. The group’s other activities include the multichannel merchant Redcats, Fnac music and book stores, and the German athletic shoemaker PUMA. More than half of PPR’s sales are generated outside its home country. The company is refocusing its operations on the luxury goods and sport and lifestyle retail sectors, through selective acquisitions and divestments.
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