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The diversity of talent in the company is a reflection of its vocation.
Oakridge brings together the skills of engineers and PhDs from different professions and cultures and is committed to promoting inclusion, a key value.
This wealth of knowledge, combined with several levels of experience, brings unique added value to its clients.
Oakridge actively participates in actions to promote gender diversity in the nuclear sector.
Each year, the company is faithful to its commitment by being a sponsor of the Fem'Energia prize.
The company is also a member of the regional branch Wincoval. Thus, on the ground, actions are being undertaken in conjunction with national education to promote the inclusion of young girls in the industry and particularly in the nuclear industry.
In addition, the company's President Cyrille Molina acts as a mentor in the Franco-British WIN France/Win UK cross-programme for young professionals in the nuclear sector.
Finally, Oakridge appreciates that the exemplary careers of our professionals are known by the public, to inspire other women to invest in an ambitious way in our sector that has so much to offer. So don't hesitate to talk to the " Oakridgiennes "!
The company gives particular importance to meetings and moments of sharing to strengthen the bonds between employees.
After-work events are regularly held in the regions where our consultants are working. Recently, our Digital Transition project manager organized an AfterWork on a crucial theme these days : artificial intelligence and its impacts in our engineering professions. This brings teams together and allows them to learn more about current topics, while having a good time together.
Every two years, Oakridge brings ALL of its consultants together on the first day of the WNE (World Nuclear Exhibition). At the venue of this major event in the global nuclear sector, they can enjoy a full day of discoveries, exchange on the latest technologies and innovations, cross-cultural testimonies, cocktails and celebration of different events.