A challenging multicultural environment

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A challenging multicultural environment

Véronique Marfaing

Françoise Cazenave-Pendariès is pictured giving a presentation at the ITER Visitor Centre. (Click to view larger version...)
Françoise Cazenave-Pendariès is pictured giving a presentation at the ITER Visitor Centre.
"Training, context, language, culture, general environment and welcoming activities are part of all the parameters and challenges to be taken care of carefully on a daily basis in an international organization," explained Françoise Cazenave-Pendariès, Head of the Human Resources at ITER on 25 November, during a visit organized by Agence Iter France.

For this occasion, human resources managers from local companies (CEA, ST Microelectronics, Avenir Télécom, Eurocopter, Gemalto) listened to a general overview of managing human resources in a multicultural environment.

Francoise was accompanied by Sophie Gourod, Responsible Officer for recruitment and training programs at ITER, who also gave tips on organizing recruitment in an international organization by describing the policies used to recruit the 422 ITER directly-employed staff of the ITER Organization to date.


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