The organizing committee for the Paris 2024 Games brought together all the players involved in the economic spinoffs of the Games on Thursday at its headquarters. Shouts, encouragement, applause and smiles on the faces. Paris 2024 transformed, Thursday, the mini-park in front of its headquarters in Lyon into an athletic field for somewhat special events. At the start of the races and sporting challenges, job seekers and recruiting officers from the OCOG, Décathlon and EDF, committee partners, who do not know each other. After lunch, everyone took off their swimsuits and showed up to participate in a more classic job dating which consists of bringing together candidates and recruiters over a short period of time.
The concept, imagined by Philippe Lamblin, former president of the French athletics federation and today delegate for jobs within the prefecture of Hauts-de-France and the North, seduced Paris 2024. ” It is a hit “, Smiles Marie Barsacq, impact and heritage director, explaining that the tests make it possible to detect” qualities of job seekers such as team spirit, leadership, initiative and not just physical skills “. The OCOG is working with Pole emploi, the National Sports Agency and the FFA on this initiative launched in December 2019 but delayed by the pandemic. 100 job dating planned for 2022 The success rate is encouraging since 64% of participants in the sport-based job dating got a permanent contract within six months compared to 50 to 60% in a traditional job dating. ” We are going to organize 50 dating jobs this year and 100 in 2022 », Announces Marie Barsacq, specifying that several federations will join the device including the badminton federation. Job dating is one of the many ways of Paris 2024 and of all the players in the Games to mobilize for employment. They were thus more than a hundred decision-makers gathered Thursday at the headquarters of the OCOG to take stock of progress. 12,000 Games-related job offers offered on the Pole emploi Emploi2024 platform, open since Wednesday and intended for companies that work directly or indirectly for the organization of the Games. ” The Games must have the face of the best in employment »Recalled Tony Estanguet, president of Paris 2024 in the introduction, before the actors listed the various commitments made to involve the inhabitants of Seine-Saint-Denis, the people furthest from employment and small and medium-sized enterprises and companies. of the social and solidarity economy. ” Never in the history of the Olympic Games had social objectives been integrated “, Thus underlined Bernard Thibault, former secretary general of the CGT and administrator of Paris 2024. Christophe Lepetit, in charge of the economic studies of the CDES” Paris 2024 can be a call of air for the recovery in the sectors of the events and also tourist “The mapping of jobs induced by the Games, and presented in 2019 by the Limoges Sports Law and Economics Center (CDES) and the Amnyos firm, is being updated but the 150,000 jobs announced at the time remains relevant. ” Paris 2024 can be a call for air for the revival in the event and also tourism sectors », Explained Christophe Lepetit, head of economic studies at CDES. read also Paris 2024: volunteers are on fire Michel Cadot, interministerial delegate to the Olympic and Paralympic Games, hoped that these jobs will be ” long-lasting and sustainable “And are part of” a real professional career “. Nicolas Ferrand, general manager of the Olympic books delivery company (Solideo) underlined that 839 SMEs and very small businesses were already working for the Games and that 1,000 people excluded from employment would be employed in the markets linked to the organization of the Olympic Games. ‘event by next summer.