Moving forward together, the trademark of a mutual commitment
Michelin cares deeply about its people's development, self-fulfillment and commitment. Its initiative titled "Moving forward together, the trademark of a mutual commitment" describes what the Company provides for its employees worldwide and what it expects of them.
Mutual commitments in six areas
Michelin has set out to continually improve staff Career Management, Learning and Development, and Management Quality. The goal is for these assets to be experienced everywhere as Group strengths. In the areas of Compensation and Benefits, Job Design and the Quality of Work Life, Michelin wants to be - and remain - competitive.
With support and guidance from their line manager and career manager, employees map out their own career path. This individualized, hands-on management is Michelin's way of supporting employee development throughout their career.
Learning and Development
From the induction course to the continuous training plan, learning is an organized initiative at each step of the career path.
The role of each manager is to foster a close, trusting relationship that empowers and develops everyone involved.
Clear deliverables are defined for each position. The Company makes a point of offering employees positions that encourage continuous improvement in serving its customers. Michelin builds the autonomy of people and teams across the board.
Quality of Work life
The Company creates working conditions that will bring out the best of each employee's talent, and takes concrete steps to meet the specific needs of each country. This includes remotely working, employee life services, physical fitness programs, medical prevention and safety programs, etc.
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation management is scrupulously fair, based on level of responsibility exercised and personal performance.
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Well-being-enhancing benefits for employees
Michelin contributes financially to a wide range of activities and services for its employees and their families, designed to enhance their working environment and generally make life easier for them. The Group's annual contribution amounts to some tens of millions of euros. Examples include: United States (Choose Well Live Well), Germany (Balance), Brazil (De Bem com a Vida), France (Oxygène).