For the 8th consecutive year, LVMH ranked No. 1 in the Business and Management category on the list of France’s Top 100 Ideal Employers among students compiled by employer branding specialist Universum. This year’s survey covered a record of 34,000 student respondents.
For its 2013 Top Employer Barometer, research institute Trendence asked 13,000 business school students and 14,000 students at engineering schools “Which companies do you intend to apply to after you graduate?”. Here too, LVMH figures at the top of the list in the business category. Equally promising, the Group moved up five spots to 19th in the ranking among engineering students.
In a difficult economy, these two rankings reflect growing concerns among students who seek job security, a positive career outlook and healthy work/life balance—all dimensions that LVMH has cultivated for many years. Despite economic swings, the Group has maintained its growth itinerary, supported by a performance-driven development policy.
Motivated by an ambitious human resources policy, these young talents are eager to join the Group’s 100,000 people and help build “the Future of Tradition”.