27 and 30 June from 10:00am to 4.30pm
XPO Logistics, a leading provider of freight transportation services, has announced 11 Job Forums in June to recruit for open positions and present the diversity of jobs available at the company in France. After hosting seven successful Job Forums in February, XPO teams will again meet with candidates interested in positions as forklift drivers, truck drivers and other functions, for fixed-term or permanent contracts.
XPO will hold the Job Forums from 10:00am to 4:30pm in the following cities:
- 27 June in Calais (62), Pontchâteau (44), Parçay-Meslay (37), Sevrey (71), Gennevilliers (92), Longueil-Sainte-Marie (60), Sérézin-du-Rhône (69)
- 30 June in Arras (62), Soissons (02), Ecouflant (49), Castelnau d'Estrétefonds (31)
Advance registration and information is available online here.
Gaëlle Provensal-Raoux, human resources director – France, XPO Logistics, said: “Our teams in France are looking forward to welcoming new employees to XPO by communicating the attractiveness of our sector and our range of open positions. We’re recruiting for positions within our national network in France, and not just at the locations where the events are being held.”
XPO encourages the professional growth of all employees and supports them in achieving their goals through training, communication about internal opportunities, and regular monitoring of their career paths to provide advice.
XPO partners with AFT Transport et Logistique, the Pôle Emploi and Cap Emploi transition-to-work centres, and institutions of secondary education in recruiting applicants for quality employment in France. This month, the company will make its job openings known to high school and university students who are entering the job market.
As a signatory of the French Diversity Charter, XPO has pledged its commitment to diversity and inclusion in its culture, including diversity training of recruitment staff, anti-discrimination training, annual reporting of diversity measures and other articles of the charter. All XPO job positions in France are accessible to people with disabilities.