The coronacrisis has completely changed the way we work, that's a fact. 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. Autonomy and flexibility have become key words since mid-March. 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 can you organise the return to work in the best possible way? Partena Professional offers you global and well thought-out solutions:

  • A check-list of the essential points of interest and the risks involved. By means of the this check-list you can realise the important points
  • Identification of vulnerabilities within the company
  • Follow-up package according to check-list with concrete examples for each point of interest

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Basic recipe for an optimum Employee Experience

The trend towards extensive personalisation and flexibility is starting to pervade all layers of society. This is also the case in the world of HR professionals, as illustrated by the growing importance of the ‘Employee Experience’. Still, for many businesses an employee-centred approach means a fundamental change. This is the reason why we wrote this whitepaper.


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.