Why Work for Euler Hermes in Canada?

 

 

 

A GLOBAL MARKET LEADER


With operations in more than 50 countries, Euler Hermes is a global company with a strong local presence offering a world of opportunities. Working at Euler Hermes means being part of the world’s leading provider of trade-related credit insurance solutions and offering the best knowledge and services for safer business growth.
 

A LEARNING ORGANIZATION


Euler Hermes offers challenging careers which give our employees a sense of accomplishment and continuous learning opportunities. We provide personalized learning and development plans through our talent management programs, the Euler Hermes Academy, job swaps and mentoring programs to help our employees reach their full potential.
 

STREAMLINED MANAGEMENT CULTURE

 
Euler Hermes is a place where things happen! Each Board member is responsible for a key function resulting in a decisively aligned Board of Management and a shared company strategy and vision. Our regional CEOs report to our CEO. What does this mean for you?

If you work at our headquarters you’ll immediately notice that the Board makes decisions quickly and subsequent rollouts are supported by the regions and countries. If you work in the regions or at the country level you’ll benefit from Group support (i.e., global talent pool, EH Academy, etc) and have opportunities to work on international projects and share best practices across the Group. This is not a culture of politics and indecision.
 

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY


At Euler Hermes, being responsible implies concrete actions related to the environment, customer service, diversity and humanitarian causes.

Sustainable regional development and employment

We encourage concrete local engagements and are proud of our subsidiaries conducting humanitarian projects via foundations and permanent NGOs. Read about the Allianz Foundation for North America, and their work to address global challenges such as sustainability, safety, and intercultural dialogue.

In Canada

Euler Hermes Canada partners with local food banks to initiate food drives and volunteering opportunities. Furthermore, a volunteering initiative will be launched in 2015 with Habitat for Humanity, where employees will be able to contribute to building houses in local markets.