Pôle emploi is a key player in the French employment market. Its role is to help the unemployed find work and support companies to fulfil their recruitment requirements.
Day-to-day, Pôle emploi's 54,000 staff provides that vital link between job seekers and companies. To do this, they can draw on a simplified service offer, as set out in the 2015-2020 strategic plan, as well as a network of partners operating across the country in line with local needs.
The aim is to facilitate understanding of the job seekers and the exchange of information.
Moreover, an important work of recovery and offers support to companies recruiting is set up for that job center is the major player in the intermediation between supply and demand on the labor market
Pôle emploi is a major social and economic development player in France. Several million job seekers and thousands of companies use its services.
Pôle emploi sets out to be pioneering in its approach to serving French society, placing diversity, sustainable development and social responsibility at the heart of its strategy and values.
Pôle emploi develops a proactive policy facilitating the employment of disabled people.
Pôle emploi is committed to offering applicants concerned the adaptations required to take part in simulation exercises.
The methods employed are explained in letters sent out to applicants inviting them to take part in interviews and simulation exercises.
At the time of recruitment and a throughout their career, Pôle emploi undertakes to adapt the working space and environment of employees recognised as being disabled.