• Absenteisme au Travail, alerte rouge. Et demain peut-etre, si rien n'est fait, ecarlate! Veritable fleau social autant qu'eco- nomique, l'absenteisme en France gagne chaque annee du terrain. Il y a 10 ans, un salarie etait deja absent 13,5 jours par an en moyenne. Il l'est aujourd'hui plus de 17 jours, l'equiva- lent de trois semaines et demie.

    Pour reagir, il faut tenter de comprendre. Ces vingt dernieres annees ont vu l'explosion du secteur tertiaire, la generalisa- tion des nouvelles technologies, l'interpenetration de notre vie professionnelle et de notre vie privee, la multiplication des contrats courts... Autant de bouleversements qui ont irreversiblement transforme notre rapport au Travail.

    L'absenteisme est moins le mal lui-meme que le symptome de ces bouleversements que nous n'avons pas su anticiper et qui ont engendre un veritable mal-etre chez des travailleurs de plus en plus nombreux. Il surgit la ou les entreprises ne sont pas encore parvenu a repenser notre relation au Travail. Elles doivent desormais avoir un objectif prioritaire : engager et reengager leurs collaborateurs.

    Ce livre veut, a leurs cotes, les aider a re-enchanter le Travail. 

  • The European continent has never been more important to the future of the global economy. The role of the European Union is now being overshadowed by seemingly existential threats. Europe is changing, and changing quickly.

    The global economy is also changing, and is doing so more quickly than at any other time in history. Companies are changing the way in which they do business, and the way in which they define business. What is success? How do we measure business performance in the new global economy?

    The transition from old economic models to a new business paradigm creates environmental, social, and societal issues. Seeing companies through the challenges ahead will require strong leadership, exceptional vision, and talent. This book sets out the views of five women who match this description.

    While women are still underrepresented in senior management positions, these women have succeeded as business leaders. Does the uniqueness of the female experience affect their vision of the economy? What can their careers and their companies tell us about business performance?

    Perhaps most importantly - for Europe, for these women, for our economy as a whole - what comes next?

    Julie Chapon - Co-founder of Yuka, Cristina Garmendia - President of the 'Fundacion Espana Constitutional', Emma Marcegaglia - President of Eni, Laurie Pilo - Managing Director of Ayming Benelux, Anne Rigail - Chief Executive Officer of Air France

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