Social climate

Today, organizations place a high value on the quality of social dialogue, because it allows a climate of trust. The social dialogue, regulated by law, must go even further, creating a genuine exchange between the management and the employees, particularly through trade unions. The social climate must be a lever of performance that determines the quality of work life and productivity of the organization. It reinforces employees' sense of belonging, particularly in times of crisis, where difficulties must be resolved other than by conflicts. In this category, find out about the latest social news related to social climate and social dialogue in companies, associations and institutions. Discover also examples of companies’ commitment and approaches in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

The Expectations Of The Millennial Generation – How Can Organizations Attract And Retain Them?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

millennials expectations workplace
A lot is said about the Millennial generation. They’re the smartest. They’re the laziest. They’re the most proactive too – all at once. They’re digital natives with selfish traits. Business people wearing flip-flops. Entrepreneurs with a taste for social impact. Avocado lovers addicted to Netflix. Great at making virtual connections. Not so good at building meaningful relationships. In the midst of…

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Happiness And Well Being At The Workplace: The Power Of Job Crafting

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

what is job crafting
Many people are unhappy with their job and assume their only option is to leave and find a better one. However, by making simple, yet powerful changes in the way their job is structured and having their inputs valued, they’ll likely feel happier and more engaged. Let’s take a look at what job crafting is. Most People Aren’t Happy In Their…

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Bonduelle doesn’t just call its employees to action : it provides the tools necessary for change

par Anne-Sophie Ketterer Anne-Sophie Ketterer

Just like in the old tale where the hummingbird attempts to put out a wildfire with a beakful of water, many of us here at Bonduelle want to change the world, even if it’s just by making small adjustments in our everyday lives. This is particularly true of our professional lives. Our desire to shake things up grew considerably after around…

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