The current crisis is causing heckling among staff in companies
First, there are all the employees who make it their duty to ensure their activity, even with fear in their stomachs.
The fear of getting sick, the fear of infecting their loved ones.
Employees are very often “forgotten” because their job seems so secondary at a time of intellectual services.
Thanks to this crisis, their role has regained its full meaning.
How will they be considered afterward? Will they once again be workers in the shadows?
Then, there are all the employees who juggle the constraints of homeschooling,
of cohabitation with a spouse who has his or her own business, and those of telework deployed on a forced march.
They mobilize without counting their hours, experimenting with autonomy, agile decision-making circuits, and meetings which tend to last less time.
Thanks to this crisis, they are empowered.
How will they be recognized professionally afterward?
How will they be managed?