In the middle of the machine as a demonstration, a space was arranged for the interviews. Everyone at his table, the responsible of human resources greet applicants. Mid-march, on the occasion of the Crossroads of the suppliers of the agri-food industry, grand raout of the sector in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), thirty-eight companies from the region took part in the operation ” Work in agro “. A job dating which aimed to woo the ” talent of tomorrow “.
Faced with difficulties of recruitment to the highest levels, the first industry of Britain is organising the response. “We have to bat for young people interested in us “, explains Marie Kieffer, head of the social hub of the Association bretonne des entreprises agroalimentaires (ABEA), co-organizer of the job dating.
“We’re here to talk about our fine crafts : food for people “, boasts Sandrine Bareyt, director of human resources (DHR) to the West of the group Bigard, the French number one of the meat, which is also looking for engineers in training. At the next table, Elsa Robillard is coming ” to show that we are in the deep end of the peninsula “. In charge of human resources at Nice-Îloise, canning of fish located in Quiberon (56), it tells the story of the “additional difficulty” to be “at the end of the world” : “The executives look first to the big cities, then the medium-sized. When we say Premium, they make the face. Where the period of recruitment is for six months, we are rather to eight. “
The problem is even more crucial that the perspectives of the employment framework are good. “From 7 500 to 8 000 people are expected this year in Britain, of which 24 % in the industry. The never-seen since 2000, notes François Fillatre, the Association for employment of executives (APEC), Rennes. In all industrial sectors, there are…