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How digital technology will set employees free

6 Sep, 2016 10:34 am
- Any company that wishes to promote employee empowerment, that is to say the freedom and self-fulfilment of its employees. This means supplying them with a certain number of tools, but also changing the way their work is organised.

- Firms that have created a Head of Employee Experience position, such as Orange in France. Originating in Silicon Valley, the role of Chief Happiness Officer (CHO) is also starting to gain traction in Europe. Happiness at work - that is to say reduced friction - is seen as a driver for sustainable performance. British companies such as Bow & Arrow have their own CHO, for example. 

 - Alexander Kjerulf, founder of Woohoo, has created a blog on the topic. Laurence Vanhée, a former top-level executive who herself fell victim to burn-out, has formalised the concept in a best-seller entitled Happy HR (this is her speech at the last Inno Génération conference held by Bpifrance).
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