At Cartier, we feel lucky to welcome interns across our teams worldwide each year. We invest in providing a stimulating international professional experience and ensure they work on meaningful projects. With follow-ups throughout their journey, they are always encouraged to learn, grow and unlock their full potential. “I am very proud to have completed my end-of-studies internship at Cartier. This experience mainly allowed me to grow professionally by developing my marketing skills and becoming more autonomous and proactive. It also allowed me to confirm my career choice.” Antonella, International Fragrance Product Development Intern.
At Cartier, we are committed to supporting our employees’ career development. One of the opportunities we offer is a unique international Short Term Assignment. This experience is designed for our employees to provide exposure to diverse cultures and new geographies, exchange knowledge and skills, and enhance business agility in fast-paced markets. Meet Cathy, Khedidja, Mustafa and Scott, who were recently in Dubai for a three-month assignment.
Du 15 au 19 novembre dernier s’est tenue la 25ème édition de la Semaine Européenne pour l’Emploi des Personnes Handicapées (SEEPH), une occasion de sensibiliser et d’impliquer les entreprises sur ce sujet et ainsi, faire évoluer les mentalités. Cette année encore, la Maison Cartier s’est associée à cet évènement en proposant aux collaborateurs de nos bureaux parisiens, différentes actions tout au long de la semaine : - La création d’un Tote Bag ‘’Cartier, changeons notre regard sur le handicap’’ confectionné par une entreprise adaptée (entreprise employant au moins 80% de personnes handicapées). - Une conférence sur la thématique ‘’J’ai décidé de vivre’’, en compagnie de Philippe Croizon, devenu athlète après une amputation de tous ses membres. - Une réunion de sensibilisation au handicap animée par l’Association de gestion du fonds pour l'insertion professionnelle des personnes handicapées (AGEFIPH), suivie d’une session de questions-réponses. - La participation de 8 départements aux DuoDays qui ont soutenu l'équipe RH dans cette démarche !
At Cartier, we work with know how and innovation. Our manufacturing teams bring grand ideas and creative visions to life. Watch the video and discover the story of Susana, Gabriel, Yann, Michael from the Manufacture in La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Cartier is strongly committed to create opportunities for interaction and sharing between students, professors and business leaders. "Cultivating this on-going dialogue is a strong source of inspiration for us,” says Béatrice Wenzel-Lux-Krönig our Senior Vice President - Chief Human Resources Officer. “It’s really enriching to get students’ fresh perspective around key business and societal topics.” As part of our exclusive partnership with SDA Bocconi, we co-designed a brand new module on ‘Arts & Culture’ for the Executive Master in Luxury Management – EMiLUX.
Cartier Joaillerie International SAS has been awarded with the EQUAL-SALARY certification. We are proud to receive this certification which attests to the Maison’s commitment to ensure a fair, equal and inclusive workplace. After a rigorous vetting process, the certification verifies that we have achieved equal pay for equal work across our employees. Cartier Joaillerie International SAS is the first company from the luxury sector to obtain the EQUAL-SALARY certification in France. We look forward to its full deployment worldwide
Vous êtes curieux et prêt à découvrir nos métiers au sein de nos entités Manufacture, Opérations et HQ en Suisse et en France ? Rejoignez notre nouveau Graduate Programme Ingénieurs qui débutera en septembre 2021. Vous rencontrerez non seulement nos collaborateurs qui vous partageront leurs connaissances et leur savoir-faire, mais ils vous soutiendront également tout au long de votre parcours. Découvrez le monde de Cartier et postulez dès maintenant sur www.careers.cartier.com.
We are thrilled to announce the creation of “Turning Points – Aspiration to Inspiration,” a Research Chair bringing together Cartier, ESCP Business School and HEC Paris for the first time. “Research and education play a fundamental role in helping change existing practices and models within the luxury sector. As an international luxury Maison, we remain committed to actively supporting those who are addressing these challenges to inspire the next generation,” says Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International. “This means further fostering dialogues between business and education, for a concrete and durable impact.” In this unprecedented collaboration, the Research Chair will deal with current turning points such as sustainability, new relations to consumption, generation Z behaviors, as well as preparing for upcoming challenges. It will open the door to exciting debates that will nourish and inspire the communities of both students and managers.
We are very pleased to announce that Cartier has committed to sponsor the ESCP Business School MBA program in International Management. This program does not only provide the students with the business skills for a successful international career. With over 70 young professionals from more than 25 nationalities across six different European campuses, it is also a unique opportunity to learn about different cultures which has been at the heart of Cartier since the very beginning. Arnaud Carrez and Amelie Portier attended the official kick-off event of the partnership between Cartier and ESCP Business School where they had the opportunity to meet the students. We are thrilled to partner with ESCP Business School as this collaboration strengthens our commitment to support the new generation in becoming the luxury leaders of tomorrow. We would like to wish the new 2021 cohort a successful journey.
Cartier President and CEO Cyrille Vigneron participated in a digital conference “Luxury and Guilt” led by Cristina d’Agostino, head of Luxury Tribune. While talking about luxury and “deconsumption”, Cyrille Vigneron explained how luxury can be positively linked with economic, social and environmental actions. To that point, he gave some examples of Cartier’s longstanding commitments to develop responsible practices and preserve biodiversity. This digital conference was the opportunity to engage with students from various schools and backgrounds on key challenges that the luxury industry is facing.