“Happy work”, well-being above all
Three quarters of French people consider that work contributes to their personal happiness (Opinionway study for Microsoft, 2020). This feeling has been dented by these last months of « corotravail », abusing working conditions, social ties and the border between professional and personal life. Since its inception at the end of December 2018, the Happy Work podcast, hosted by Gaël Chatelain-Berry, former manager and author in particular of the Well-being at work for dummies (First, 2020), focuses on well-being at work and how to optimize it every day. In “How to love telework (even more)”, he explains how to stay motivated and attentive to one’s physiological rhythms. An episode explains how “never to feel guilty about being teleworked again” and draws up, whether you are a manager or a manager, a “top 5 mistakes not to make when teleworking”, including that of staying in a nightie or sending swarms of emails to justify his involvement. A warm-up for the start of the school year.
“Happy work”, more than 300 episodes to listen to on podcast.ausha.co/happy-work
“JT, the telework newspaper” and managerial know-how
This JT (“telework newspaper”) is a podcast launched in March 2020 in the first days of confinement in France and since then hosted by Lomig Guillo, editor-in-chief of the magazine Management : With his guests, he deciphers the recent changes in working conditions linked to the health crisis, and our relationship with teleworking, pooling convincing managerial strategies and solutions. Has home become a great place to work? Should exemplarity come from above? Why do 20% of employees fear returning to the office, why do people over 55 adapt better than millennials to teleworking? An episode recalls that this form of work “Is profitable when it is chosen and personalized”, and associated with collaborative work tools and discussion spaces to continue to “Feel the pulse of the company”.
“The management telework journal”, 190 episodes to listen to on podcasts-francais.fr/podcast/jt-le-journal-du-teletravail
“Successful teleworking”, the basics of good practices
A recent study shows that 86% of French teleworkers wish to continue in this mode, now recognized for its benefits: reduced stress, increased motivation or increased productivity (Malakoff Humanis, 2021). The Canadian entrepreneur Nicolas Duvernois admits, in the introduction of the eight playful tête-à-tête of his podcast, that he “Totally missed his first teleworking experience”. That is why, seager to continue his quest for advice and tips from experts gathered in Successful teleworking (Les Editions Transcontinental, 2020), he discusses with a specialist in recruitment, ergonomics or taxation, with a doctor in psychology or an artist, questions inherent in teleworking: how to set up a workstation at home, but also how “Remain human in a virtual world” and how to keep in shape and morale.
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