Méryl Fournier is currently studying for an MSc2 in Human Resources Management at INSEEC Chambéry. Since July 2019, she has been working as an HR Project Manager, at DJC. A screw-cutting company of the Acrotec Group, located in the Arve Valley.
She opens the doors to her daily work.
” I obtained my Bac Économique et Social. Then, I continued on my way to the Diploma of Accounting and Management – DCG, equivalent to a Bac+3, at the ESCR of Sainte-Famille in Haute-Savoie.”
Meryl has always enjoyed the corporate world.
” I had a real desire to find a school for my Master’s degree that would allow me to combine theoretical and practical skills.
This is what INSEEC offers us. Courses taught by professionals, who share their knowledge, exchange with us on the practices of our companies. All this in a ” mood of agility “. The programs meet the current needs of our businesses. They are constantly evolving with the environment around us. “
A choice that the student does not regret at all, after two years at the INSEEC campus in Chambéry :
” I appreciate the investment of all the INSEEC teams. And in particular that of Juliette FERLAY, Head of the MSc HR program. She pays particular attention to making sure that our program fits our expectations and our daily lives. It also accompanies us in our companies throughout our Master’s degree, says this horse riding enthusiast.
His job makes sense…
What about Meryl’s daily life at DJC?
DJC is a human-sized company with about 100 employees.
” As a multi-skilled person, I have the opportunity to work on numerous HR aspects which are involved throughout the employee’s career: recruitment, training, career management, etc., as well as managing social relations, local management and defining our HR policy.
Méryl finds a real meaning in her daily work.
” I particularly appreciate the relational nature of our business and the multiplicity of ” sub-domains HR. A job for which I am happy to get up every morning in a company with which I share great values! ” concludes this student who is living life to the fullest !Updated 24 February 2022