Religious discrimination in the workplace: evolution of jurisprudence

Was the dismissal of an employee who turned down a job on religious grounds unfair? To this question concerning the complex and even thorny issue of the expression of beliefs in a company, which concerns the fundamental rights and freedoms of the worker, the Court of Cassation responded in the negative a few weeks ago, … Read more

Business real estate: managers forced to be flexible

After the wave of mass telecommuting at the height of the health crisis, companies are being forced to adapt to the new aspirations of their employees. And their desire to work remotely is getting in the way of managers’ real estate strategies. This is demonstrated by the second barometer of tertiary establishments in France carried … Read more

Business real estate: managers forced to be flexible

After the wave of mass telecommuting at the height of the health crisis, companies are being forced to adapt to the new aspirations of their employees. And their desire to work remotely is getting in the way of managers’ real estate strategies. This is demonstrated by the second barometer of tertiary establishments in France carried … Read more

Ikea turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to prepare its orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, now it wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more … Read more

Ikea turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to prepare its orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, now it wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced on Monday that it will invest … Read more

How to build a connected company?

The pervasiveness of hybrid work and the war for talent invite companies to collaborate and communicate on new grounds. Easier said than done, Robbie O’Connor, general manager for EMEA at Notion, believes that some organizations are better equipped than others to succeed. For large companies, silos often form around teams, tools, and projects. These silos … Read more

How to reduce the ecological impact of the coffee break in the company?

The reusable cup is a great alternative to the plastic cup. The eco-friendly coffee machine available at companies allows employees to toss their reusable cups into a dedicated compartment. They are recovered, cleaned and repackaged to be reinjected into the consumption system. The reusable cup is made from organic materials such as bamboo. Ecologically designed, … Read more

Exhausted by the business world, these 25-30 year olds who drop everything to become coaches or sophrologists

After a difficult start to their careers, sometimes marked by exhaustion, some decide to dedicate themselves to their own well-being and that of others. A complex retraining where not all businesses are created equal. Ellen hesitated, consulted, questioned. She resigned herself, then, at age 27, to embark on the five years of studies necessary to … Read more

Cécile Bontonnou, an infallible entrepreneur

Women are still not equal to men in the labor market. Only 14% of French business leaders are women leaders. The editorial team dedicates a series of portraits to these women entrepreneurs or business creators. Today, Cécile Bontonnou, cleaning manager at Océane. Discreet, Cécile Bontonnou is no less active. At 45 years old, this businesswoman … Read more