Mobility is encouraged
The RATP group operates in complex systems and increasingly open environments, requiring the ability to adapt and respond quickly. Mobility encourages the development of these qualities.
Diversified and empowering career development
The RATP group develops its employees' skills through varied, open and highly-personalised career paths. The different phases of these careers enable staff to acquire and build up their technical knowledge - a much-needed Company asset -, whilst boosting the professionalism of the management.
RATP is spending an increasing amount of time working on a comprehensive "system approach" that integrates engineering, maintenance and operations. This approach encourages mobility between the different networks (bus, metro, tramway, RER) and spheres of activity.
- the development of competencies;
- the emergence of a cross-disciplinary professional culture;
- the ability to adapt to new working situations and methods;
- career development.
Anticipating and training
The RATP group has a forward-looking and cross-disciplinary vision of the development of its professions and competencies. The GPEC agreement on the prospective management of jobs and competencies enhances RATP’s ability to anticipate alterations in job needs and competencies and adapt professional careers. It involves staff representative organisations in this work.
RATP has several tools to help its employees build their careers, including professions portals and job fairs on the Company intranet. Career building is a theme systematically raised during annual appraisals between employees and managers.
Training is central to this employee support which is why each year the Company spends over 7% of the total wage bill on professional training, mainly training courses leading to qualifications.