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Patrick Mollet

Posts by Patrick Mollet for Blog:

With Great Place To Work to ESRS S1 Compliance

Many listed companies, banks and insurance companies are already obliged to publish a report on non-financial matters. The EU's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will require all companies with more than 10 employees to report...

We've identified 5 mistakes leaders make when it comes to trust in the workplace

Trust in the workplace is critical to employee satisfaction, their performance, and therefore central to the success of organizations. So why do so many leaders get it so wrong?

How agility can be measured

Agility promises success. Because agility is designed to create more stability in an increasingly dynamic and volatile world. But many organizations have difficulty with this vague term.

Now is the perfect time for digitization and agility

Who is responsible for digitization in your company? a) CEO, b) CTO, c) COO, d) COVID-19 This saying made the rounds on LinkedIn, with a true core: forced by the corona epidemic, many companies unintentionally...

The Best Workplaces in Switzerland 2020

UMB, AbbVie and CSP are the best workplaces in Switzerland in their respective categories. This result is based on feedback from over 17,000 employees surveyed by Great Place to Work.

The Home Office as Great Place to Work

When everyone sits alone in the home office, maintaining a trust-based workplace culture becomes a challenge. We give you concrete tips to help you along the way.

Maintaining the workplace culture in a crisis

The coronavirus unsettles employees. How can employees be best supported and motivated in this situation?

European HR Panel Survey 2018

In April, Great Place to Work conducted its European HR Panel Survey. Almost 700 HR Professionals provided information about their strategic topics, the biggest challenges as well as future investments.

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