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HR Development

​​​​Onboarding and welcome


A dynamic onboarding process is organised to help you immerse yourself in SKEMA and make it easier for you to take up your new post.

You will be in contact with the HR team on your campus even before your physical arrival to facilitate all the stages of your onboarding.

On the D-day, you are welcomed by the HR team and your manager : first contact with your new working environment and a tour of your campus are on the agenda.

Group and individual onboarding sessions are organised to help you get to know your new environment and your new colleagues!​

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Career development and mobility


SKEMA considers its employees as essential to its success. Mobility is therefore encouraged to boost career paths and stimulate professional development.

Mobility takes several forms : it can take the form of internal mobility, geographical mobility or temporary mobility as part of a short mission on one of our international campuses, for example.

Mobility helps to develop and strengthen working relationships between employees. It benefits not only the mobile employee, but also those who host the mobility within the department.

Continuous Professional Development


SKEMA pays close attention to the skills development of its employees.

To encourage this, strategic areas for skills development are defined each year in parallel with the identification of training needs expressed individually by employees.

By combining operational demands with strategic projects, we are able to provide our employees with the knowledge and skills they need to develop.

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Professional Equality Index

Convinced of the importance of the principles of diversity, gender diversity and professional equality between women and men, principles which are essential levers for modernity, social progress and performance, SKEMA wishes to reaffirm its deep attachment to the fundamental principle of equality between women and men.

SKEMA's score on the Gender Equality Index in 2023 :

  • 34 points out of 40​ ​for pay gaps
  • 20 points out of 20 for individual salary increases
  • 15 points out of 15 for promotions
  • 15 points out of 15 for employees who receive a raise after returning from maternity leave
  • 5 points out of 10 for the gender distribution of the 10 highest paid employees ​

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