Developing our Talents
Since our most vital resources are the men and women we employ, Eurovia attaches great importance to professional development. Diversity is also an important asset, and that is why Eurovia is dedicated to equal opportunity and fully supports the VINCI Manifest in this regard.
Gevrey-Chambertin and Mérignac, two skill-perfecting campuses in France
Eurovia has two training centres in France. The Gevrey-Chambertin campus in the Côte d'Or region focuses on roadwork industry skills, providing interns with opportunities to work on and complete real-world projects. Here, every year, over 600 employees and fellow workers benefit from some thirty training programs, including "roadwork masonry," which is equivalent to France's professional skill certification and is recognized by the State.
The Mérignac campus in the Gironde region specializes in management training. Young engineers and executives receive training at Mérignac during their first three years at Eurovia. A similar training structure exists for young worksite managers. Mérignac also provides complementary training. It is worth noting that Mérignac is also home to our R&D centre.
Seniors – a true asset at Eurovia
Among French companies, Eurovia stands out for the care with which it treats its seniors. They are the ones who ensure the transmission of knowledge and build ties among teams within the Company. The most experienced among them are trained to become tutors for young recruits, thereby fostering their integration. Seniors also participate in the evaluation of employee skills and training needs.
Some are also trainers themselves at either Eurovia training centre in France, Gevrey-Chambertin and Mérignac, or they lead team-building missions to enhance teams' organization skills and efficiency.
Providing greater opportunities for people with disabilities
In France, Eurovia has implemented a policy specifically designed to support employees and job seekers with disabilities. The policy targets progress on several fronts: gain a better understanding of people with disabilities to determine appropriate job profiles or to adapt positions to employees with disabilities; recruit more interns with disabilities; recruit more employees with disabilities; develop sub...
contracting opportunities; locate adapted workshops that can supply viable services to Eurovia's divisions; and promote exemplary workplace practices by securing disabled employees' employment status through job reclassification.