A broad range of skills and professions
Through its various brands, the Carrefour group offers employees over 120 different professions and seeks to provide the greatest possible access to all its employees.
1. A variety of professions, offering opportunities to all kinds of people
The group places its emphasis on the skills needed in its stores, where our employees come into close contact with their customers. Certain key, traditional retail roles are given particular attention: department managers, checkout operators and self-service assistants, for example. The Carrefour group seeks to cultivate an entrepreneurial spirit among its employees, to develop their sense of customer service and to help them rise to the challenges of commerce. It offers career opportunities to all kinds of people, graduates and otherwise, those tackling their first jobs and highly experienced professionals, throughout the world. At the same time, the Carrefour group also depends on the contribution of employees with highly specific expertise for its back-office activities: logistics, IT systems, accounting, finance and so on.
2. Specialties on every level, food and non-food
The expertise our stores possess with regard to food give us added credibility when assuming traditional roles, such as those of butcher, baker, fishmonger and caterer. In this respect, France serves as a source of skills and expertise capable of spreading best practices throughout the group and complementing local know-how.
To ensure they continually adapt to changes in consumers’ lifestyles and in order to develop new services, our stores also call on the expert knowledge of specialists in electronics, hi-fi and new technologies. In addition, they constantly draw on input from professionals in the pharmacy, insurance, travel, credit, home delivery and Internet industries. With the introduction of new concepts and services, the range is constantly expanding.
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