XPO announces third annual Careers Discovery Days at 25 sites in France

XPO, a leading provider of innovative and sustainable end-to-end logistics solutions across Europe, is organising its third annual Careers Discovery Days on 30 January and 1 February at 25 company sites in France. They will take place in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Bourgogne-France-Comté, Bretagne, Centre-Val de Loire, Grand Est, Hauts-de-France, Normandie, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Pays de la Loire and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions. The initiative aims to present a range of professions at XPO and attracted more than 650 participants in 2023. 
XPO will be holding these open days in the following towns:

  • On 30 January in La Croix Saint Ouen (60), Arras (62), Ussac (19), Beychac et Caillau (33), La Veuve (51), Reims (51), Sevrey (71), Andrézieux(42), Grenoble (38), Marigny (74), Arnas (69), Vitrolles (13), Toulouse (31), Pontchâteau (44), Angers (49), Sandouville (76).
  • On 1 February in Bondoufle (91), Calais (62), Libercourt (62), Rosières-aux-Salines (54), Cuisery (71), La Crèche (79), Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone (34), Rennes (35), Nantes (44).

Pre-registration and additional information are available here
XPO offers participants the opportunity to discover a stimulating working environment and passionate teams, as well as potential employment opportunities in specific sectors. A major international enterprise, XPO Logistics is present in all regions of France, with a range of activities to meet customer needs across the entire logistics chain, including full truck-load transport, palletized distribution, last-mile delivery, global forwarding services, event-driven transport, warehousing and logistics services such as order preparation, picking, etc. The company's professions are highly varied and can be found on the road, on the docks, in the warehouse or in operations support departments.  
Each site organises its own Careers Discovery Day in conjunction with the AFT Transport et Logistique, a recruiting and training organization. At most sites, participants will be offered a range of activities involving a truck driving simulator, virtual reality headsets, a safety awareness session and a quiz on the transport and logistics sector. Discussions with XPO employees are also part of the program. 
Gaëlle Provensal-Raoux, Human Resources Director – France, XPO Logistics, said: "We've been running this initiative for two years now, and we're very happy with it. We aim to raise awareness of the diversity of the jobs we offer and the benefits of our sector to an even wider audience.” 
By signing the Diversity Charter and forging partnerships with organisations such as Energie Jeunes, Télémaque, L'Entreprise des Possibles and Sport dans la Ville, XPO is taking concrete action to promote diversity and inclusion. In particular, the company is leading initiatives to increase the number of women in its workforce and to promote the professional integration of young people. All XPO jobs in France are accessible to people with disabilities.