About ten years ago, relational communications trainer Linda Valade decided to include a section on “silent bullying” in her corporate workshops. She believes that by recognizing and naming this insidious form of bullying, we can create high-performance, open and inclusive workplaces. Interview.
With the current shortage, employers are asking themselves intensely what their workforce wants, or what they are looking to recruit. Here’s an “advanced imagery” of what workers are thinking, by bringing together the latest surveys about them.
For its 10th edition, Trumontreal, the “unconference” on recruitment, chose to move away from the original concept (“no speaker, no Powerpoint presentation, no badge”) to offer its participants an accelerated update on the manipulation of personal data and the potential of AI in recruitment. A look back at the November 21 event, of which Isarta is a partner.
With the pandemic in the rearview mirror, consumers are ready to return to physical stores, and with new expectations and demands. The most innovative retailers have taken note and are fine-tuning or reinventing their physical experience. Analysis.
Outdated, a source of de-motivation and frustration, a fool’s game… According to Philippe Zinser, lecturer and HR coach, annual appraisals are no longer in vogue. His new training course shows how to restore meaning to this important management act. Interview.
New social and technological trends are invading the CV. Some of them are undoubtedly positive (candidates’ transparency about jobless periods), while others leave us wondering (the use of ChatGPT) or worrying (the rejection of non-binary candidates). Analysis.
A recent study by the Hubspot platform highlights the various uses of artificial intelligence in the day-to-day work of marketing professionals. Here are the highlights.
It’s an emerging trend aimed at increasing employee commitment and team performance: job crafting, or shaping one’s job to make it more meaningful. A specialist in the field, the French platform Somanyways, has just published a guide on the subject. Here’s how it works.
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