Tomorrow's world begins today!

What if, among the many consequences of the pandemic, Covid-19 had above all accelerated the evolution and transformation of HR policy? Because everything suddenly went faster. Much faster. Our companies introduced on a massive scale, and in just a few days, teleworking, which some were unfamiliar with. The companies have made progress in the digitisation of their processes and have been forced to take several steps forward in their development.

In the end, many companies have reinvented themselves in these bizarre times. But others have suffered the full impact of the health crisis. These may be considering restructuring. But then they are faced with an enormous challenge: how to bring this transformation to a successful conclusion?

Meanwhile, the world keeps moving forward. Roles are changing, new jobs are emerging. New skills are needed. The widespread introduction of telework raises many questions. The emergence of chatbots paves the way for better service to your employees up to the point where those chatbots really become indispensable in your company ...

And your employees? Have their performance and motivation been impacted by the months of confinement? And you, how are you feeling?
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What if teleworking becomes a driving force for motivation?

According to a study by Partena Professional, 44% of the employees believe that structural and organized teleworking has a positive effect on their private lives. This brings many changes for both HR teams and employees. If companies do not respond to these needs, it can lead to frustration, demotivation or even dismissal. This can obstruct the efficiency of the company.


How about a performance audit to determine the action points?

Autonomy and flexibility have become basic concepts since mid-March. This has led to many changes in HR, especially when it comes to measuring employee performance. It is impossible to observe an employee's performance from a distance. It is therefore necessary to adapt the evaluation criteria to the flexibility needs of the organisations.