Employment and skills
Respond to skills' needs
A detailed knowledge of professions, an understanding of their dynamics and the identification of HR issues are strategic to adapt skills to the needs of companies and sectors.
Pragmatic answers to your HR challenges
Today, companies and sectors are faced with numerous HR challenges: recruitment tensions, attractiveness, retention, employer brand, job changes, telecommuting, reconversions, etc. Forward planning of employment and skills has thus become an essential exercise and must be carried out continuously at the level of companies and professional branches.
This requires an exhaustive mapping of existing skills and their capacity to evolve. A good understanding of the technical and people skills of the future will enable us to structure relevant HR approaches in line with the challenges in the field.
Operational knowledge to meet your HR challenges
Identify the needs in terms of jobs and skills
Know the sectors of activity, their professions and their skills
Implement an employment and skills mapping and forward planning approach, and conduct surveys of the populations concerned
Evaluate recruitment needs and identify emerging skills
Establish the links between evolutionary factors and needs in required skills
Evaluate business dynamics
Establish the link between objective criteria and the figures available from public statistics
Understand the origins, the nature and possibly the particularities of these dynamics through a qualitative field approach
Integrate the challenges of the professions in order to adapt responses and create tailor-made support systems
Build a global and horizontal approach across sectors to enable professionals to choose between sectors of activity that compete for jobs
Build and adapt employment-training systems
Mobilize several sectors and several players around future challenges (e-mobility, hydrogen, digital, etc.)
Structure a sector around common jobs and systems to develop the skills of tomorrow
Evaluate employment and training policies and systems
Develop indicators to assess the effectiveness of the systems in relation to the objectives previously defined
Understand the reasons for the success or failure of a program
Propose adaptations to optimize current systems and improve the response to your problems