PARIS (Reuters) – EDF has relaunched its recruitment plan after carrying out an internal review aimed at determining its priority needs, we learned on Wednesday from union sources and from the group.
A spokesman for the public electrician said that this plan would soon be the subject of “arbitrations”.
“The desired objective of having a precise feedback from all directions has been achieved, so we can now resume the hiring program,” he said.
EDF, in the process of complete renationalisation, had reported on Thursday a “moratorium” on its recruitments, confirming information from union sources, according to which management has also estimated production losses at nearly one billion euros. linked to the strikes against the pension reform in France, particularly in the nuclear power plants.
The group is faced with significant needs to cope with the work necessary for the maintenance and extension of the French nuclear fleet, as well as Emmanuel Macron’s project to build at least six new “EPR2” type reactors.
According to the Ministry of Energy Transition, the French Group of French Nuclear Energy Industrialists (Gifen) will submit a report to the government on Friday on the skills needs of the sector.
(Report Benjamin Mallet, edited by Matthieu Protard)
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