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Our HR policy

We are an organization on a human scale. We are committed to fostering the professional fulfilment of our salaried employees, and to support them in their career development. We take great care to integrate as best we can our new staff members, to forge links between our different specialisms, and to attract new talents.

Employment of Young People

We assist young people’s first steps in a corporate environment, notably by frequently receiving interns and trainees. In 2020, we doubled the number of young people on block release and doing apprenticeships. In this way, 20 new block-release trainees joined us in September for a period of one to two years, depending on their course of study. In addition, Nantes ‒ Saint Nazaire Port has developed a "gateway" programme designed to recruit talents looking for their first professional experience.


We encourage the development of skills: nearly 80 % of our salaried employees access at least one training course a year. Every year, Nantes ‒ Saint Nazaire Port devotes the equivalent of over 4 % of the payroll to vocational training, thereby also helping to maintain and to improve the level of expertise.

Internal Mobility 

We support the career development of each of our staff members. We therefore encourage internal mobility. Last year, nearly 50 % of vacancies for shore-based and sea-going personnel taken together were filled in this way.

Health and Safety at Work 

Working alongside the two Health and Safety at Work Committees (H&SWCs), the first for shore-based personnel and the second for sea-going personnel, we act to prevent the risks associated with our salaried employees’ professional activities. The aims of our approach to health and safety at work are to reach our goal of "zero accidents" and to enable our salaried employees to carry out their work in the safest possible environment.

Social and Professional Inclusion 

Ever since 1998, we have been committed to encouraging the social and professional inclusion or reintegration of persons excluded from the workplace. The inclusion unit team comprises 4 to 6 salaried employees every year. Each team member is given a 12- to 24-month "employment skills pathway" contract, so as to be able to reintegrate the world of work more easily. Following their experience with Nantes − Saint Nazaire Port, two thirds of the members of personnel that we have assisted through this scheme have subsequently found a job or have gone on to vocational training leading to a qualification.

Inclusion of Disabled Workers 

In 2015, Nantes − Saint Nazaire Port embarked on an initiative in support of the professional inclusion and the maintenance in employment of disabled workers. The Port Authority made a commitment to promote the integration of all employee profiles without discrimination (adaptation of the procedures to assist the recruitment and inclusion of disabled workers), to safeguard career paths (identification, establishment and monitoring of maintenance-in-employment and redeployment situations, workplace adaptation), and to develop partnerships with local players so as to professionalize practices (recruitment, maintenance in employment and subcontracting with the protected sector).

Index égalité professionnelle femmes – hommes

En application du décret du 8 janvier 2019, toutes les entreprises d’au moins 50 salariés doivent calculer et publier leur Index égalité professionnelle.
Cet index permet aux entreprises concernées d’évaluer sur 100 points le niveau d’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes en s’appuyant sur 5 critères, dont les résultats obtenus sur la période 2021 sont les suivants :

Ecart de rémunération entre les femmes et les hommes : 39/40
Ecart de taux d’augmentations individuelles entre les femmes et les hommes : 20/20
Ecart de taux de promotions entre les femmes et les hommes : 15/15
Augmentations salariales à la suite d’un congé maternité: 15/15
Parité parmi les 10 plus hautes rémunérations : 0/10
En cas d’index inférieur à 75 points, l’entreprise se doit de mettre en place des mesures correctives.
Sur la période du 1er janvier au 31 décembre 2021, Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port a obtenu une note globale de 89/100.