The Lagardère group's performance depends directly on the skills of its employees and the suitability of its resources.
To allow for optimum leverage of human resources and adaptation to the specificities of the Group’s various business lines, the operating units manage their own Human Resources based on priorities, principles and commitments common to all the divisions and formalised at Group level in agreement with the divisional Human Resources Directors.
The Group's aim is to support corporate efforts to advance diversity and social transformation.
Our priorities in terms of labour policy include:
- choosing talent to reflect diversity in society and our markets
- supporting employees throughout their career through internal mobility and training
- encouraging employees by offering an attractive remuneration policy and by recognising community involvement as well as initiative and innovation in the workplace
- letting employees have their say by promoting effective, constructive dialogue with Staff Representative Bodies
The Lagardère groupThe Lagardère group is a global leader in content publishing, production, broadcasting and distribution, whose powerful brands leverage its virtual and physical networks to attract and enjoy qualified audiences.
The Group's business model relies on creating a lasting and exclusive relationship between the content it offers and its customers.
It is structured around four business lines.