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Paris struggles to recruit security personnel for 2024 Olympics

By France24
26 October 2023   |   3:15 am
With less than a year to go until France hosts the 2024 Olympic Games, thousands of job vacancies remain unfilled, including those for security personnel. The country's public employment agency, Pôle Emploi, has subsequently embarked on an ambitious programme to recruit 15,000 security officers. But it is being accused of summoning job seekers without properly considering their profiles.

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