Transport & logistics present at the “cité des métiers éphémère” in saint-junien.
The « Cite des métiers éphémères » is an original career guidance event that allows people in search of a new job to find answers to many of their questions (orientation, training, employment, entrepreneurship, career evolution and reconversion), directly in their own territory.
On October 10, 2019, the « Cite des métiers ephemeres » moved to the Congress Hall of Saint-Junien (Limoges). For this annual event, the main actors in career orientation and employment had mobilized many local companies wishing to present their activities, their professions and their know-how. This event is aimed at people looking for work as well as employees who want to search another job opportunity, without necessarily leaving their current employment area.
This year, the novelty was the attendance of 280 teen-agers from 2 schools in Saint-Junien and Châlus. The students were able to discover many activities and discuss directly with professionals. A way to confirm their future professional choice or find new orientation ideas.
ROULAUD TRANSPORTS fully committed to promoting transport job opportunities joined regional branch representatives .
- An area dedicated to Transport-Logistics jobs
The Transport-Logistics sector was represented by Laurence ROULAUD Transports ROULAUD, Sylvie LEBOUTET FNTR Limousin and Annick FOUGERAS AFT (Palais Sur Vienne). Their goal was to promote the job of the sector. In individual counseling interviews, they were able to present training and employment opportunities to people looking for work.
They also welcomed many students, who came to discover the different jobs of Road Transport. On this occasion, Laurence ROULAUD offered them to spend a day of immersion in her company to discover the reality of the activity.
- Round table discussion between companies and local representatives of orientation, training, employment and professional branches
Five promising and recruiting sectors were present: Transport-Logistics, Hospitality-Catering, Paper-Cardboard-Packaging, Human Services (home help, social health) and Defense (Armed Forces Air, Land, Navy, Gendarmerie, Police national).
During a round table discussion on the attractiveness of sectors and recruitment challenges, all professionals shared the same views on the situation. They all confirmed their important recruitment needs, but explained their difficulties in retaining young people to the company that trained them, unlike their elders.
- « Pole emploi » and local Mission for employment in support of territories
Visitors had access to a multimedia area, equipped with softwares for discovering jobs and job search assistance. Counselors were present for individual orientation interviews but also presentations on « alternance », the Civic Service, VAE, transport and mobility aids.