The 6 dimensions of a successful onboarding

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Today nobody questions the fact that successful onboarding is essential. It determines whether an employee stays or leaves quickly, whether he or she is quickly operational and committed. It is also a...

Employee Experience: The Missing Facet of Employee Value Propositon

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After having successively talked in a general way about the candidate experience on a career site with a large part dedicated to the message delivered and the link between employer brand and...

Intrapreneurship: a device to be used in moderation

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For several years a growing number of companies have been using intrapreneurship as a tool for motivation and commitment. Allowing employees to build their " business inside the business...

Your employee experience is your employer brand

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Very often I see the Employee Experience theme treated along with the Employer Brand one. On the one hand, this is only logical because if the way an employee lives his work...

What is the difference between an Employee Experience strategy and an HR policy?

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I often hear people say "you don't need employee experience anyway, that's the job of HR, you don't need to create something specific". It's a very audible remark and I largely understand...

In remote work, the employee’s engagement levers change

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Normally the employee's engagement can be anchored at different levels, at different points. In remote work, the relative importance of each of these levers of engagement changes, requiring a more demanding approach...

If you have to fire, at least fire clean!

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The current crisis will leave its mark in various ways, particularly in terms of employment. Fewer customers, melting cash flow and no medium-term prospects, you don't have to be a fortune teller...

Clients and projects: irritant #12 of the employee experience

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It was impossible to review the irritants of the employee experience without talking about what is central to any business, its raison d'être: customers and customer projects. Didn't Theodore Levitt, economist and...

The workplace, irritant #11 of the employee experience.

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Last episode on the irritants of the employee experience: the workplace. After having reviewed a mass of organizational and managerial factors, we finally come to a subject, the only one, that everyone...

Employees lost in the HR journey. Irritant #8 of the employee experience

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When I receive candidates in job interviews and I ask them why they want a change of scenery, among the most frequent answers I hear: "I have no visibility on my future...

A mass experience. Irritant #3 of the employee experience

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In the key components of a successful customer experience I had identified personalization and even hyper-personalization. Applied to the employee experience it is another criterion that does not pass the crash test.

Who should be eligible to remote working?

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One of the first questions that arises when setting up a remote working approach is "who will be eligible" to remote work. I would prefer to ask "for which cases of use"...

How to organize for remote working?

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In the series " Remote working is more than just putting people at a distance with a wifi connection " I'm going to talk about some essential practices to organize oneself at...

Young people and businesses: not that a disruptive view

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A few weeks ago Jam Trends published a study on the relationship between young people and business, entitled "What businesses (still) have to offer young people" (in French). We can read almost...

Remote working: not just an HR benefit but a continuity tool in case of...

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The strikes we experienced in Paris at the beginning of this year have led many companies to experiment teleworking willingly or unwillingly and the Coronavirus episode puts the subject back on the...

Are businesses doing too much for their employees?

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engagement, expérience employé, Ressources Humaines, well being

Everybody Wants to Love Their Job

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The question of the relationship between employees and their work and their company remains a subject that is much in the news. It seems that the subject will be eternally topical, which would not...
Size does not matter

Preconceived ideas on the transformation of small and medium-sized businesses

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marketing, PME, Ressources Humaines, transformation, transformation digitale, unelash, unleash18

Candidate.ID: how to nurture your candidate base

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Another startup that caught my attention in Unleash Amsterdam: Candidate.ID. I had already spotted them and talked to them last year and I took the opportunity to look at their product in more detail. They...

Pathmotion: improve the storytelling of your employer brand

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After Golden Bees, Pathmotion is the second startup I spotted at Unleash18 in Amsterdam. For me Pathmotion is a natural evolution of HR marketing and candidate experience for different reasons. The first is that just as...
Head of Employee and Client Experience @Emakina / Former consulting director / Crossroads of people, business and technology / Speaker / Compulsive traveler

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