Grupo Carrefour Brasil reinforces professional inclusion initiatives for minority groups

October 14, 2021 - Committed to the inclusion and appreciation of diversity throughout its ecosystem, Grupo Carrefour Brasil will carry out in the coming weeks actions specifically aimed at hiring people in refugee situations, transgender people and people with disabilities. The initiative is valid for all Carrefour units in Brazil and has opportunities in various functions.

With several editions throughout the year, the so-called D-Days and Weeks consist of special dates aimed at hiring professionals with specific profiles. With this initiative, the company has been contributing to the professional insertion of people from minority groups, reinforcing its commitment to increasing the diversity of its workforce.

"Diversity is a principle that we do not give up. We promote professional insertion for minority groups because we understand that work is one of the main factors of social inclusion and that the retail sector is an important gateway to the labor market", says Kaleb Machado, Manager of Diversity and Inclusion of Grupo Carrefour Brasil.

To apply on D-Day, one of the prerequisites is that the person identifies with Carrefour's purpose of contributing to a better world, applying this behavior throughout all their relationships. The vacancies are for all of Brazil and have different hours according to the function to be performed. There are opportunities for a cashier, stockbroker, butcher, baker, fishmonger, inspection agent, distribution center operators, pharmacists, gas station attendant and convenience store operator, in addition to other positions in both corporate and operations.

All stages of the selection process take place online, with the exception of the interview with the manager, which is carried out in person so that the candidate can visit the unit and view the function that will be performed. Applications can be made through the website https://99jobs.com/carrefour/jobs/87585-diversidade-carrefour and follow the following schedule:

• D-Day for Refugee Inclusion: October 14th;

• D-Day for the Inclusion of Trans People: October 15th and 18th;

• Week D for Hiring People with Disabilities: October 25th to 29th.

Grupo Carrefour Brasil has open enrollment for its career acceleration program aimed at black professionals, 2021 Talents of the Future: Black Leadership. Unlike usual in trainee programs, Talentos do Futuro is not focused on recent graduates. The objective is to accelerate the career of talents who have already entered the job market, but have not yet assumed leadership positions. The acceleration program will last 18 months, with a starting salary of R$7,500. The 20 vacancies available are aimed at professionals with complete higher education, from all over the country, with no age limit or specific training area requirement. Fluency in another language will not be a prerequisite. Interested parties can register until November 10, at the website: https://liderancanegracarrefour.ciadeexperts.com.br/


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In the coming weeks, the Company carries out special actions to hire people in refugee situations, transgender people and people with disabilities


On the night of November 19, 2020, João Alberto Silveira Freitas was killed on the premises of our store in Passo D'Areia, in Porto Alegre/RS, in an act that does not represent and is not consistent with Carrefour's values.

On this website, we reinforce the actions we are taking in view of this fact and the commitments made to society and to our body of more than 100,000 employees throughout Brazil. With the objective of continuing to evolve as a company and contributing to the fight against structural racism in Brazil.

Grupo Carrefour Brasil completes all agreements with João Alberto Freitas' family members and advances in internal commitments and with society.