In a sector that has to meet many challenges, work-study training, a real immersion in working life, is today the ideal system for acquiring as many professional and practical skills as human values in business, while benefiting from training. theoretical. Heppner, creator of transport and logistics solutions, is launching its recruitment campaign for the start of the 2022 academic year and is committed to recruiting 100 work-study students within its teams in France and abroad.
The talents of tomorrow at the center of attention
By engaging through work-study programs, Heppner allows young people to discover and appropriate the transport and logistics sector, while contributing to its attractiveness. For Heppner, the employee experience is fundamental and talent management is a strategic issue for the sector which suffers from many preconceived ideas, a real ignorance and a lack of attention on the part of future workers.
Currently, the group is training 100 work-study students in all of its trades in France and Germany: from operations to project management, including chartering, customer relations and even HR and communication.
This diversity of professions is articulated with the diversity of profiles on which Heppner capitalizes. Driven by its human values, the family ETI adheres to the Diversity Charter and is committed to promoting gender equality (32% of women at Heppner against an average of 19% in the profession) and the employment of people with disabilities.
Heppner offers its work-study students quality support and real career opportunities. ” Internally, we set up a personalized follow-up adapted to each work-study student, with an integration process in line with the function he or she occupies, regional meetings in the field and even regular updates between the work-study student and his tutor. Our goal is to enable them to realize their full potential in a transport sector in full transformation. explains Emmanuel Ledroit, HRD of the Heppner Group.
Great opportunities in the heart of a dynamic sector
Within Heppner, a quality support program is offered, whatever the profession. The Group’s objective is to provide training with high added value, in line with the work-study students’ professional projects. The group’s employees, when they are tutors, are proud to transmit and invested, because the challenge for the company is also to train its future employees. Indeed, every year for the past 5 years, Heppner has created around fifty jobs. The Group’s HR policy aims to hire one out of two work-study trainees at the end of their training.
With more than 80 sites in France, 14 in Germany, 2 in Senegal, 1 in Spain and 1 in the Netherlands, Heppner also represents the possibility of continuing part of its training in immersion on one of its many sites, in France or abroad.
“I have been with Heppner for almost four years, I completed a BTS Transport and logistics service followed by a Master 1 and 2 at the Ecole Supérieur de Transports (EST) on a work-study basis. I worked in 2 different agencies, in different departments and after the validation of my Master 2, I signed my CDI. The strong points at Heppner are the pedagogy because we can ask all our questions without worry, the managers are really attentive, the diversity of professions and the atmosphere is also very good”, Amine Kharroubi, export transit agent at the Gonesse agency.
To join the Heppner adventure, consult the offers on https://www.recrutement-heppner.fr/heppner, our LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/company/heppner/jobs/?viewAsMember=true or even on Indeed and JobTeaser.
Heppner press release.