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Transformation of work: managers on the front line


FOCUS - Shaken by hybrid work, they relearn how to lead their team and maintain its cohesion from a distance.

Such sociological upheavals are rare.

François Cochet, President of the Federation of Psychosocial Risk Stakeholders (Firps), does not hesitate to draw a parallel between widespread telework during the pandemic and the irruption of women in factories and workshops during the Great War, when they replaced the men who had gone to the front.

“It's the same brutality of change, with long-term consequences,

analyzes François Cochet

. What was impossible the day before became so the next day, without the women having questioned themselves individually about their desire to work.

In the same way, employees did not ask themselves, during the outbreak of the pandemic, if they wanted to telecommute.

The suddenness of this type of event generates a phase of trial and error and hesitation.

It is after an initial experiment that individuals must question their own motivations.

According to François Cochet, teleworking creates problems...

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Source: lefigaro

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