Our managers are given a high level of responsibility. Their mission includes developing their team, helping their employees to progress and providing them with daily guidance, while carefully monitoring the workplace atmosphere and the teamwork.
90% of our positions are permanent contracts and ¾ of our employees work full-time. Those are uncommon proportions in a sector usually prone to using temporary contracts.
Heading for personal growth
In what way are people the foundation of our HR policy? We favour in-house promotions rather than hiring from outside in a bid to help our employees to progress. Evidence of this can be seen in the fact that 80% of our hotel managers were recruited in-house.
The richness of personalities and diversity above all
Beyond diplomas, we hire personalities first.
What is our ideal profile? Someone who wishes to work in the hotel and catering business, and who wants to please others without fearing to challenge himself. For among our teams, know-how and social skills are complementary and they demand the ability to adapt in order to progress.
We are also fond of diversity and richness in our profiles, which is why we currently employ about 80 different nationalities.
Speedy career advancement
In our company, employees progress according to their potential, as well as to their personality, motivations and desires. What we want is to reveal and enhance talent. So the priority is on in-house mobility, whether geographic or duty-based, following training. For instance, at Campanile 75% of hotel managers were recruited in-house!
We reward and enhance individual and collective performance.
As for pay, in addition to the basic salary, we apply a bonus system linked to the completion of objectives. And beyond pay, we reward our employees by encouraging their career advancement and their promotion to positions of responsibility.
Our employees also enjoy benefits on top of their pay: discounts in the hotels and restaurant, complementary health insurance, pension plan etc.
Louvre Hotels Group continues to support the economic recovery with 50% of its hotels now reopen in France, and 100% by early June