With Michelin, we’re moving the world forward.
Michelin sets a worldwide benchmark and has become an icon of innovation by enriching the role everyone plays in our growth. We provide all our employees with the ideal environment in which to create, produce and distribute our increasingly innovative products and services. At Michelin, you’ll have every opportunity to develop your potential in a major international company. And you’ll be part of a constant search for better mobility.
What Udo, from HR Michelin wants you to know!
Michelin takes personal development literally
We recruit you for your personality, your skills and your experience for a career in the company , not for a particular, definitive job. At each step in your career, in addition to your line manager's support, one of our 350 career managers guide you along your career path to help you build a personalized career plan for the long term. When it comes to building your career, your aspirations are just as important as the Group's needs.
“Your career is built, step by step, around a core profession, with changes in responsibility, moves to other job fields and, why not, to other countries.” Jean-Michel Guillon, Michelin Group Executive Vice President Personnel
Your team is one of your biggest assets
Michelin’s success is built on the complementary talents of our people. Our employees enjoy a strong bond with each other and a commitment to the company. We share a common set of human values and the strong conviction that trust and respect are the required conditions to face challenges confidently and help individuals realize their full potential. At Michelin, every employee offers their individual expertise, energy and commitment so we can keep moving forward together. Collaboration and trust create a comfortable and balanced working atmosphere, in which individuals can improve their performance. With this outstanding team spirit, Michelin supports all its employees on the road to success and even beyond.
And so is your manager...
In the course of your career, you forge a close, trust-based relationship with your manager. Your manager is attentive, receptive and demanding, giving you the support and guidance you need to develop. This means:
- Your manager creates the right conditions for you to succeed in your job and progress by empowering you.
- Every year, your manager sets your objectives, appraises your performance and works with you to define a Skills Development Action Plan whenever necessary.
- At key points in your career, your manager conducts a Periodic Development Review with you to identify development prospects and discuss them with your career manager.
At Michelin, we maintain a high standard of management through training and an annual assessment of managers
Meet William, the Blind Applying champion of Michelin
Last summer, William was finishing his Master in Management at ESCP Europe in Paris. His skills in branding proved useful in his marketing internship at Michelin in Bangkok, Thailand.