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LVMH tops most preferred French employer list
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For the ninth consecutive year, LVMH topped the Universum France ranking of the most attractive employers in a survey of students at France’s top business schools. The No. 1 position reflects the Group’s ambitious human resources policy, underpinned by a unique eco-system of men and women who are passionate about their work and who drive the success of our Houses.
 
More than 34,000 students from 112 higher education institutions responded to this year’s survey. These talents of the future were won over by our highly diverse array of businesses, our myriad brands and our broad geographic reach, earning LVMH a leadership position as preferred employer.
 
“We are proud to receive this further expression of confidence and we are delighted that the exciting career prospects and entrepreneurial spirit of our 65-plus Houses around the world are widely recognized”, commented Chantal Gaemperle, Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Synergies
 
“Our talent development policy is founded on our culture of mobility across jobs and countries, combined with ambitious training programs specially designed to meet the distinctive needs of our different métiers”.
 

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