Bombardier’s products and services are made possible by the efforts of our 66,000 talented employees worldwide.
Recruiting, engaging and growing talent enables us to innovate and create industry-leading products that meet our customers’ performance expectations. Our empoyees contributions and feedback are an integral part of our continued transformation. We are committed to supporting and developing a dynamic and diverse workforce to achieve sustained growth in years to come.
Employee input and feedback is integral to strengthening our operations and our culture. Recognizing the impact of transformation on our workforce, we have decided to review and redesign our employee engagement strategies to better align with the company's current priorities. We continue to maintain regular dialogue with our employees throughout the year, including company-wide and one-on-one communications, because we know how critical engaged employees are to the success of our company-wide transformation.
Growth and Development
We provide ongoing training and development opportunities for employees to further their skills and careers at Bombardier, including:
New training programs, including eLearning and development courses, with training modules specifically tailored for leaders
Annual review to identify and support the future leaders of Bombardier
Engineering Technical Talent Review to identify opportunities for current employees to develop new skills and fill critical roles
Scholarships for employees to further their education and skill development
A diverse workforce and inclusive culture are key to our success. The D&I Committee oversees our strategy, which includes integrating D&I practices into our human resources approach, driving awareness around the importance of D&I efforts at all levels of the company and supporting employee affinity groups to underscore our commitment to our employee base around the globe.
Additional information about our employees can be found on the Our Performance page.
Bombardier's Intertechnik program in Germany supports career pathways for young women in technical jobs. It seeks to reduce the rate of dropouts from university and apprenticeship programs by providing young women with the opportunity to gain technical skills through a rotation program that allows them to gain experience at four different companies over a three-month period.
Sabrina Ihaddaden, Signalling Project Engineer at Bombardier Transportation, was named the Young Professional of the Year for the Female category by the UK Rail Industry Awards. This prestigious award recognizes the achievements and leadership skills of young rail professionals under the age of 30.
Sabrina joined Bombardier Transportation in 2013 as part of the two-year Graduate Program and now works as a Signalling Project Engineer on Crossrail, LOTrain and East Anglia at the Derby site (UK). She is the former national chair and CEO of Young Rail Professionals, a non-for-profit organisation which aim at promoting the rail industry as a great place to grow and develop a rewarding career, inspiring the next generation of talents to join the rail industry, and developing young professionals in the industry.