Following the strikes and the health crisis, teleworking 💻 has become more widespread in France, as highlighted in our study conducted with the Junior Entreprise de HEC. Indeed, 40% of French people have teleworked. But teleworking is not something purely economic, as highlighted by the fact that 90% of employees want to telework in the future.
Given the many challenges facing companies in 2020, remote onboarding has become a way to get on the agenda. Indeed, according to the results of Google's onboarding program, an employee who follows an onboarding program is 25% faster and more efficient 👍 than an employee who does not.
On Friday, April 17, 2020, we had the chance to exchange with Ornella Amsellem in a webinar. Currently Human Resources Director at Jellysmack, team cohesion was the theme of this discussion.
As part of the webinar held on July 1st, Yael Dahan, Head of Customer Success, and Flavien Kuss Vargas, Right Hand CEO at HeyTeam, presented the results of the HeyTeam study conducted in collaboration with the Junior Entreprise of HEC entitled "Barometer of the Collaborative Experience: Lessons and Challenges of the Return to Work".
As part of a webinar held a few weeks ago, we had the honor of welcoming Pierre-François Tardy, Learning & Competency Development Director within the Clean Energy System division of Plastic Omnium to discuss distance learning.
As part of our webinar series "The Liberated Collaborative Experience", Nathaniel Philippe, CEO of HeyTeam, invited Victor Carreau, CEO & Co-Founder of Comet Meetings, to lead a discussion about reboarding, and to discover Comet's "Reboot Method".
In this article, I would like to share with you the original onboarding programs of two American giants: Google and Facebook. Indeed, these tech companies have well understood the stakes of onboarding new employees and have made it a priority. So are you ready for an immersion in the heart of Silicon Valley? ✈️
🎉 Congratulations! You have finally recruited the right person for your company! Now, another challenge awaits you: the integration of your new employee. The benefits of a good onboarding program are well proven: increased commitment, reduced turnover, better long-term collaboration... but it's not all that simple to set up.
Poorna Udupi, an engineer at Netflix told in an article Quora about her onboarding. Here are the main points.
Today's working world is in constant evolution and many "nomadic" employees are only passing through. Companies are therefore more and more confronted with the departure of their employees and their experience must be taken care of until the last moment.
Today, many innovative platforms have been created to measure and strengthen collaborative engagement. And for good reason ‼️ Only 9% of French employees feel fully committed to their company. 😱 This alarming figure leads us to wonder whether we are really aware of what employee engagement is and its impact. 🤔
According to a study conducted by the Management Observatory of OasYs Mobilisation, 87% of managers believe that they guide their employees correctly in their work. However, 53% of the employees surveyed admit that they don't get any feedback to progress.
Carl Fritjofsson has acquired a solid experience as co-founder of 4 start-ups in the space of 10 years such as Rewind in the United States. He is also a board member of several successful start-ups and now VC. This entrepreneur has found that this process is essential to train and retain employees.
Once recruitment is complete, a new period begins for the HR teams known as "onboarding" or "integrating a new employee". Not always a priority on the HR teams' agenda, it is only very recently that the fundamental role of this integration period has been highlighted.
With Jonathan Piarrat, cognitive psychologist and development manager at Aramis Auto, we were able to discuss about the commitment of millenials in companies during a webinar on September 27th that you can find just on the left. ⬅️
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