Peter Vanham reflects on the 2023 Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, an organisation he used to work for, and the importance of friendliness and benevolence in the corporate world – and outside of it.
In a time of skills shortages, employers need to retain their staff. One concept in particular is becoming increasingly important: meaningfulness. Kerstin Alfes gives some tips on how employers can reinforce this feeling.
Frédéric Fréry comments on Elon Musk’s record bonus at Tesla, and praises other forms of reward.
Cécile Dejoux presents a managerial approach based on a scientific model that meets the needs for meaningfulness and work-life balance of employees and managers.
Almudena Cañibano and Argyro Avgoustaki explain that factors beyond the organisation, such as labour market conditions, play a key role in employees’ interpretation of telework as a potential threat.
Tristan Dupas-Amory comments on a cover story of The Economist seemingly questioning management consultants’ usefulness.
As if we needed more proof of how important physical and mental health is for staff, the recent crisis further highlighted this reality as employees struggled to remain flexible, withstand pressure and work remotely. Recent studies indicate that, in France, an employee that is fulfilled is an employee that is less frequently absent and sick,…
A broad, cross-cultural study found a universal need for managers to address more collective and meaningful aspects of happiness.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer dives into the uncertain need for data scientists in our technologically evolving business environment.
With the post-Covid workplace under the microscope, Argyro’s expertise gives us a clearer view on the impact of our work cultures on employee well-being.