Working conditions

Many scandals broke out these last years and put to light the working conditions concept. In France and abroad, consumers become slowly aware of the human impact behind the products they buy. Harsh working conditions, health and safety, exposure to toxic products, moral and sexuel harasment...working conditions gather numerous factors which differ depending on the countries. Some organizations were denounced for the working conditions of their employees or their subcontractors and are now making efforts in these fields. On the other side, some organizations quickly understood this stake and set up good practices which allow employees to bloom at work, to get healthier, to get more productive while improve their wellness. Find in this category news of companies’ working conditions initiatives. Discover also examples of working conditions commitment and approaches of organizations in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Consumers Want Transparent & Authentic Companies That Care About Social And Environmental Issues

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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Consumer expectations are changing and quality and affordability aren’t all that matter. Companies’ social and environmental practices are also being closely watched. Brands that want to thrive in the future need to adjust to their stakeholders’ expectations by finding their collective purpose and communicating it well. Let’s find out about the expectations of today’s consumers. Companies That Are Authentic, Transparent And…

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Economic performance and CSR: a necessary convergence

par Brigitte Dumont Brigitte Dumont

This article was previously published on Orange.com. Orange is partnering with the 11th Convergences World Forum held on 3 and 4 September. Brigitte Dumont, Orange Group CSR Director is taking this opportunity to talk about the company’s main societal and environmental commitments – which reflect a policy that’s firmly focused on creating shared and sustainable value. She also explains the thinking…

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How is Generation Y going to (maybe) save the business world ?

par Clément Fournier Clément Fournier

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And if Generation Y were capable of transforming global business and getting it “on the right side”? How will the new expectations of these young and digital consumers influence companies and move them towards more responsible, fairer, more environmentally and socially responsible business models? Decryption. Generation Y will soon take power. They are arriving slowly in the labor market, returning to…

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Are Shorter Working Days The Secret To A Happier, Healthier And More Productive Life?

par Clément Fournier Clément Fournier

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What if we got out of work a little earlier? What if our work schedules were shorter on a daily basis? Can this be the secret to a healthier, more productive life? And can it make companies more efficient? Today, the professional world is reinventing its organizational principles. Companies and employees are increasingly finding that businesses’ traditional organizational methods are not…

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