We are currently experiencing one of the most dramatic disruptions in the culture of work. Companies around the world have been forced to embrace mass distance work.
And with 2.6 billion people confined to their homes by order of their government, this could be seen as the great “home work test”, in which we will all discover whether employees and technology are up to the task.
Quarantine has sometimes been an opportunity for workers to question. Some had time to take stock of their careers and others noticed a significant weakening of the relationship with their employer. Companies will need to find solutions to reward efforts and retain their talent.
Despite the looming economic crisis, more than one in two executives would currently be open to new opportunities or active job search, according to a recent survey by Robert Walters.More than ever, businesses need to be mindful of retaining the talent they will need to overcome difficult times.
After obtaining the “Excellent” designation in the 2020 rankings “Recruitment – Consulting firm (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes)” and “Recruitment – Consulting firm (Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur-Corsica)”, Urvika joins the “Human Capital 2019-2020” guide!
Between digital acceleration, disruption of business models, societal and environmental changes, companies are undergoing intense transformation phases. From the CAC 40 to the SME, from traditional industry to services, they all wonder about the evolution of their businesses and their role. The testimony of the leaders and professionals of human resources that we interviewed in these pages is the perfect reflection of these deep movements. In their approach, two dynamics emerge with a certain clarity: openness and training.