New Ways of Working in a new era: EORTC new hybrid work model based on collaboration and flexibility

Working methods have changed radically in many sectors since the outbreak of COVID-19. In this article (in French), The magazine HR Square, reference in human resources in Belgium, draws up an overview of the New Ways of Working in 3 organisations: EORTC, Carrefour and CESI. On this occasion, the magazine met EORTC’s Head of Human Resources, Jean-Philippe Mulders, to discuss the changes implemented by the NGO.

Following a survey of its employees in October 2020, the EORTC found that flexibility was no longer a nice-to-have for employees. It therefore began to put in place mechanisms to meet this new requirement, taking advantage of a big transformation in its Headquarter to make employees’ offices more sustainable and more collaborative and ergonomic.

Find out how the EORTC has adapted to the New Ways of Working

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