In collaboration with the POG, IMS Luxembourg invites you to a cycle of 3 conferences in order to address the psycho-social risks at the origin of this malaise, but also to deepen the reflections on solutions, such as the right to disconnect or managerial innovation. By questioning certain practices and the organization of work, could we achieve real happiness at work?
Following the success of the launch event of this cycle on the diagnosis and prevention of psycho-social risks that attracted 80 people, IMS Luxembourg and the POG want to highlight the right to disconnect at a breakfast.
When? November 5, 2018 from 8.30am to 10.30am
Where? Allen & Overy, 33 avenue J.F. Kennedy, L-1855 Luxembourg
Since January 2017, France has included the right to disconnect to labor law thus posing a forerunner in the legal formalization of this right and pushing other countries to thematize this subject. In other countries, some companies are proactive on the subject. How to effectively implement the right to disconnect? Through testimonials of experts and companies, we will give you course of actions.
We inform all participants that they are likely to figure in some pictures taken during IMS' events. These pictures are destined to be published in written and online media edited by IMS Luxembourg.
- Lydie Recorbet, HR Project Manager, ORSE
- Nathaël Malanda, Associate, Allen & Overy
- Marco Boly, Director, ITM
- Marc Schernberg, People Leader, PwC
A free event and open to IMS members, signatories of the Charter of the Diversity Lëtzebuerg and POG members.