Our policies ensure respect for the principles of objectivity, ethical behavior and non-discrimination in our hiring process. Our HR teams are trained to observe these policies by:
Recruiting is important for Total, but retaining and training our teams is equally important, particularly through effective human resources policies. We offer varied, highly motivating career paths with numerous opportunities for development and mobility.
Profound changes in the energy industry affect our human resources needs. We constantly engage in educational and training programs to develop our employees’ skill sets and enhance their performance.
Total’s HR policies give everyone a chance to develop their careers in line with their skills and aspirations, through specific programs for students and in-house support for employees.
When you join Total, you enter a world of opportunity. From training programs to transfers between business segments, career changes, your professional development reflects the choices you make.
Total’s human resources policies are based on four major principles — diversity, mobility, fairness and accountability. We abide by these principles during the hiring process and throughout each employee’s career.
Striking a Balance while implementing our human resources policies, we are committed to:
We strive to share our strategy with all our employees. By giving them a better understanding of the challenges we face in our HR policies, we strengthen their motivation.
Through our human resources policies, we listen to and dialogue with all our employees. This process includes:
Training plans are defined on the basis of individual employee needs. They may focus on:
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