Successfully onboarding new employees
Very few companies have a really satisfying onboarding process. Yet, the latter largely determines the commitment and loyalty of the newcomers. How can you welcome new staff members really well?
Optimizing employee experience
An increasing number of companies are striving to treat their employees as well as they treat their clients. How can you rely on employee experience to develop your company’s performance and attractiveness?
Differentiate through corporate identity
To differentiate a company in saturated markets, its project, convictions and culture are increasingly important. How can you promote them in a compelling and credible manner?
Surround yourself with the best
50 to 70% of recruiting decisions turn out to be unsatisfactory. Yet it is possible to do significantly better, for recruiting can be learned. What lessons can we draw from the experience of recruiting professionals?
Make compensation a key motivational driver
What compensation policy to adopt to foster employee adhesion and stimulate company performance sustainably?
Valorizing and retaining your experts
As experts take on an increasingly crucial role in companies, their career development requires a differentiated approach. How can we set up dedicated channels to make them feel valued and retain this strategic human capital?
Knowing that diversity is a source of performance, many companies try to attract more personnel with varied profiles. Yet, they also need to be able to really take advantage of this diversity. How can you integrate these staff without erasing their differences?
Adapting in the age of on-demand talent
Nowadays, as self-employment experiences a new surge, companies must adjust to this new situation. How can you attract, develop and retain staff members you no longer “own”?
The art of creating memorable moments
What makes some moments more memorable than others? Discover the cognitive mechanisms behind those special moments: you will then know how to orchestrate them for your clients and staff.
Generation Z: What to expect?
Generation Z, born in the years 1990-2000, is now arriving on the job market. Beyond prejudice, how can you take the specific characteristics of these young employees into account and successfully integrate them into your business?
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