“We know that talent is an essential factor in achieving our strategy and accelerating our growth. Therefore, we focus on strengthening the skills of our teams, through development and training actions, which we complement with internal and external recruitment. Due to the dynamism of our business, we currently have more than 40 stores with vacancies, and there are also opportunities available for functions in our corporate services”, Ana Herrero, human challenge leader at Leroy Merlin Portugal, told ECO.

“As a human-first company, our main objective is to help the company grow, creating a positive impact on the experience of all employees, customers and partners in general”, she continues.

The chain — which, for the fourth year, was considered one of the best companies to work for by Great Place to Work, reaching 8th place in the category of companies with more than 500 employees — has more than 400 vacancies for full-time functions and part-time, covering stores across the country and the company's corporate services.