HR MANAGEMENT

TOD s’exprime sur les sujets RH, tendances du mangement et nouvelles pratiques

18 June 2019

The role of the manager: revealing talent and catalyzing potential

Gaëlle MONTEILLER at the PWN Congress On June 12, 2019, TOD was present at the PWN Convention. Gaëlle MONTEILLER took part in the round table on the theme “Talent: Lead YOURS! Make your teams grow with all generations !” with Anne THEVENET-ABITBOL, Prospective and New Concepts VP at Danone Group; Elodie OKSMAN, HR Director at […]
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27 May 2019

A different view of the men and women in the company for greater commitment and performance

TOD’s participation in the Preventica 2019 exhibition Gaëlle MONTEILLER, President and co-founder of TOD, participated in the new edition of Mag RH on the theme of QWL: How can a different view of the men and women in the company contribute to improving the health and well-being of employees? Today, there is an urgent need […]
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20 May 2019

TOD will be present at the Preventica exhibition

On May 21, 22 and 23, 2019, come and discover the T2B solution! This week, more than 380 exhibitors will be present around the theme of health and safety at work. For more than 20 years, Préventica has aimed to improve the living conditions of employees at work. TOD will be present at booth C48. […]
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14 April 2019

A new vision of interim management

What if the future of a company depended on men and women employees ?  What if the future of talent acquisition was not systematically recruitment and retention but  also associations, communities of values and talents sharing ? The world is changing rapidly, from cars manufacturing to offers of mobility, going from hotels to home sharing, […]
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26 February 2019

Revolution of skills or revolution of HRDs?

TOD revolutionizes the codes of recruitment and talent management to finally find the meaning of work Why do you think it is urgent to revolutionize talent management today? All studies today show a major disenchantment of employees for their work. Only 6% of executives in France say they are committed to their work (according to […]
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15 September 2017

Companies and talents need freedom, and therefore trust, to grow.

Comments by ROBERT LEBLANC, Chairman of AON France, Chairman of the MEDEF Ethics Committee Comment by R. Leblanc, Chairman of Aon France, Chairman of the Medef ethics committee, on his book “Liberalism is a humanism”: “In this book, I defend the idea that attention to people is not opposed to economic development and that work […]
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