Initiated in the past, a series of programmes related to younger generation contracts or the integration of people with disabilities have been renewed.
The law of 1 March 2013 creating the younger generation contract and its decree of 15 March 2013, meets three objectives:
In the Port of Le Havre, 2014, 2015 and 2016 were covered by an initial action plan and based on its results and a new diagnostic a new plan was agreed for the years 2017, 2018 and 2019.
This action plan has two priorities:
Four corporate agreements were signed in 2017 to complement the French Ports Union (UPF) industry-wide agreement for non-executives. The purpose of the package is to define the minimum mandatory collective supplementary benefits in the event of incapacity for work, disability and death for the benefit of all categories of port employees.
HAROPA - Port of Le Havre pursues its policy for the integration of people with disabilities. An audit was carried out of the actions already taken and how they could be further improved. After the audit, an action plan was developed. The first recommendations were implemented during the European week for the employment of people with disabilities with the organization of workshops to raise awareness about invisible disabilities and the organization of a disability sports tournament. Once again, HAROPA - Port of Le Havre was also present at the Handisup forum to offer internship or job offers.
The Port of Le Havre celebrated its 500th anniversary as did the city of Le Havre. Off-work events were organized for employees to celebrate the anniversary: a rally to visit sites in the port, an exhibition retracing 500 years of history and current prospects, a visit of one of the largest tall ships in the world, but also visits inter-port visits for employees of HAROPA - Port of Le Havre when the Royal de Luxe street theatre company came, and the return to Le Havre of Claude Monet's masterpiece "Impression Soleil Levant". The exchanges throughout the year helped employees live better together.