The individuals of Generation Z are the future workforce. But what do they think about the existing situation and what do they want to change? Are they trying to shape the future?
When the pandemic is finally over, will we be going back to the office like before? Alain d’Iribarne, an economist specialised in work-related sociology, along with Kévin Duchier, HR Director of Germinal, provide some insights.
Jonathan Anguelov launched Aircall in 2014 with his co-founder Olivier Pailhes. Were they thinking they would revolutionise the way people make phone calls back then? Maybe. What they could not foresee was the way a global pandemic would likely change forever how we work and communicate.
In France, one in four employees will become caregivers at some point in their lives. So, how will this impact the workplace in the years to come? We spoke to Caroline Mac Naughton, co-founder of Caring Company Project, to hear her thoughts on how businesses need to adjust to this growing phenomenon.
For Prof. Daniela Lup, inclusive practices for hiring and promoting neurodiverse talent can bolster creativity and innovation.
Companies are increasingly faced with religious demands at a global level. Prof. Géraldine Galindo and her co-author assess the tools that corporations have been trying to design in order to address this sensitive issue.
“Companies must work so that the diversity of the communities in which they operate is reflected in their workforce and value chain.” Coca-Cola’s HR Director for Iberia, Marta Muñoz Ledesma, shares her experience of diversity and inclusion in recruitment as well as the initiatives and projects to promote these topics in a company’s daily life.
Chiara Corazza, Managing Director of the Women’s Forum for The Economy & Society, assesses the global challenges women face today and how together we can remove the boundaries to a fairer future.
While the pandemic has given some companies the push they needed to adopt flexible working, much remains unanswered when it comes to employee well-being.