Carrefour, founded in 1959, is the pioneer of the hypermarket industry, the largest retailer in Europe and the second largest international retail chain group in the world. It now has more than 11,000 operating retail units, with business in 30 countries and regions around the world.
Carrefour Group leads the market with three main business formats: hypermarkets, supermarkets and discount stores. In addition, Carrefour has developed convenience stores and membership-based mass merchandise stores in some countries. In 2004, the group's after-tax sales were 72.668 billion euros, and the total number of employees exceeded 430,000. Carrefour ranked 22 among Fortune 500 companies compiled by Fortune Magazine in 2005.
Carrefour is dedicated to build a Personnel Management System to standardize its
1、Personnel transfer management by handling change of personnel positions, adjustment of positions across companies even countries and termination of employments. A unique ID will be assigned to every employee which will be referred to that person’s information.
2、Special Attendance Management by making unified overtime confirmation form to submit the overtime work of an employee, several employees or a department one time, setting flexible leave request rules, and link the leave request to
3、Salary Adjustment Management by importing forms and starting workflows to adjust employees’ salaries in batch, and by adjusting employees’ performance salary to motive them.
The Personnel Management System has
1、Unified the attendance information resource and provided attendance reports and personnel efficiency analysis;
2、Allocate manpower reasonably and facilitate importing basic salary information;
3、Formed a complete life cycle of personnel management.