To be able to recruit 10,000 refugees to a sustainable job in two years’ time, that is the ambition of “Each one for Tomorrow”. This coalition was launched last March by the mission-driven company Each One. It unites and unites major French and European companies that want to invest in the recruitment of refugees in the long term. Signatories: Adecco, Aéroports de Paris (ADP), The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), BNP Paribas, Carrefour, Generali, Idex, ID Logistics, Keolis, Kuehne & Nagel, Naturalia, Pierre Fabre, with Tent Partnership for Refugees and one each.
More than 4.4 million people have fled their country since the war started in Ukraine, the UN warns. For each of the social enterprises it is very important to think from now on “following and anticipating the long term”† How ? By uniting major companies in France and Europe towards a common goal: the inclusion, through work, of refugees in their host country†
“If the humanitarian emergency is a priority, it is important to think about the aftermath: the moment of integration or residence in the host countries. It is the raison d’être of anyone who loves empower companies to address this challenge in a positive and sustainable way, now and tomorrow. †
Théo Scubla, co-founder and CEO of Each One
10,000 hires in two years
To ensure this integration, each of the French and European companies is asking to commit to their coalition. His mission? Guarantee concrete actions that enable the employment of refugeeswith in particular:
- The opening of a significant number of functions by the summer and extended over two years.
- Recruitment of different profiles.
- A financial investment of up to 3,000 euros per recruited candidate.
- Commitment to reflection and contribution to the following actions in the context of “Everyone for tomorrow”†
Each One thus undertakes, together with the Boston Consulting Group (partner of the operation), to: enable the recruitment of 10,000 refugees and new entrants into sustainable employment in two years†
An initiative for all refugees
Although the coalition was formed in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, its goals were: “Everyone for tomorrow” is to support as many refugees as possible, regardless of their nationality.
end of 2020, more than 82 million people have been forced to flee their homes as a result of armed conflictsuch as currently in Ukraine, but also persecution, conflict, violence, human rights violations or events that seriously disrupt public order, according to the United Nations Refugee Agency.
In Europe 12 million people are affected. A professional future must therefore be developed for each of these people. This is where Each One comes in, an impact startup that has been supporting refugees and newcomers on their way to sustainable jobs that match their skills since 2015. each specifically offers companies and their teams a new standard for inclusion through work, creator of sustainable economic and social value. A vicious circle that could not be more urgent and important given the crisis we are collectively going through.
Find out more and why not participate the coalition “Everyone for tomorrow” † Go to the Each One website and discover its innovative solutions in question recruitment and inclusion †