Human resources track: redesigning the future of work

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New ways of working, recruiting, and building loyalty, considering individuality to strengthen a collective, the quest for meaning and well-being at work: for several years now, the business world has been undergoing profound changes that are influencing the methods used by human resources professionals. The World Forum for a Responsible Economy offers a complete program to identify what work will look like in the future.

211013 Parcours RHThe conferences will provide a framework for sharing practices that encourage the development of individuals and will offer concrete actions, such as mentoring, via the Call&Care collective.

At 9:00 a.m., an inspiring Keynote will be held on the future of work. For work to be meaningful, companies today must reinvent their managerial practices. The keynote will provide an analysis of new management visions and how they translate into organizations.

The course will continue with a collective time around the questions of inclusion. How to encourage individuality and create an inclusive team? Co-constructed with the French Association of Diversity Managers (AFMD), this workshop will offer various tools, including a kit for the inclusion of LGBT+ people at work. This kit presents the challenges that organizations face to be fully inclusive towards LGBT+ people and highlights different opportunities that arise from it.

The afternoon will be marked by the ceremony of the Laureates of Diversity. Companies, associations, institutions: many are committed to inclusion and diversity in the Hauts-de-France region. Organized by Réseau Alliances and the Réseau d’Échanges, which brings together 80 associations working for equal opportunities in the field of employment, the ceremony will reward committed organizations that have deployed a concrete and innovative action in terms of inclusion or diversity management, in 2020 and 2021. This ceremony will highlight good practices that can be replicated in companies.

Finally, a last exchange and interaction time will bring solutions to all companies wishing to make a sustainable commitment to the territory, but not knowing where to start. Sponsorship of skills, can be a lever to be used. A group of experts on these issues, Call&Care is a gateway for all those wishing to invest in vulnerable youth. During this edition of the World Forum for a Responsible Economy, Call&Care will launch its first inter-company sports and solidarity challenge to help associations selected by the Call&Care collective that support vulnerable young people who have dropped out of school. The program will include a presentation of the situation and the approach, testimonials from committed companies and a networking session.

By providing a program dedicated to human resources professionals, the World Forum for a Responsible Economy hopes to amplify new inclusive practices, spread throughout the country and provide concrete and collective answers to professionals in the sector.

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