La rédaction de Geneva Business News vous propose de revenir sur l'actualité. Au sommaire : Gen-Z, comment parler aux enfants de Covid-19, les contrôle interne, Genève et le cinéma, Adone Conseil, et le portrait de la semaine.
Ever cautious and steady, the Swiss economy is showing strength so far this year.
And with this renewed sense of stability, the way business does business is developing and changing, and the small signs of this change are there if you search for them.
Companies are re-approaching how to attract and keep employees. We have reported on some of the best companies to work for in French-speaking Switzerland, from those offering flexible benefits, improving well-being at work, or allowing people to buy extra holidays.
This focus on the ‘human-resource’ of companies is more and more important in the management theory of how to get the most out of employees.
And changes abound further afield in the country with the exciting and ambitious zero-waste initiative that is becoming popular across Switzerland. We have also looked at strategies for responsible purchasing.
Impressively, and excitingly, Geneva has been chosen to host the secretariat of the International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S).
Finally, we have seen how to get the most out of yourself in the emerging and evolving job-market, or how to apply for that dream job. But you cannot just stand still as you grow older, no matter your age or stage in life.
So things are picking up, and as always it depends too on your attitude!
We wish you a warm and satisfying spring!