In a European HR context that consists of bringing together various actors without guaranteeing a certain osmosis at the service of companies and their needs, it is important for us to capitalize on the collective to generate new ideas and include new business partners, in order to create a real community.

In our knowledge-based economy, the development of a community, informal group of experts working around various subjects and issues, is a strategic way to develop and share knowledge, create and enrich common practices. The community approach contributes more to collective learning and ensures that business needs are met. Good example on this trend – , professional associations are more and more relevant on all subjects. It seems, therefore, essential for HR service providers to apply the same logic and build a relevant ecosystem to offer, collectively and with a type of actors, value.

In a community, especially HR, individuals are expected to help each other. Knowing how to help and how to get help is often more important than being able to answer all the questions oneself. Mutual commitment is symbolized by a common wish to support each other and transparently share all knowledge about practice. A strong community encourages interactions and relationships based on mutual respect and trust. This community also participates in the willingness to exchange ideas, to expose ignorance, to ask difficult questions and to listen actively to find new answers together.

Today, we are creating a constellation of pioneering professionals, ambassadors and spokespersons, whose sole objective is to find a solution for each problem. Thus, our ambition is to integrate, within a larger group, other players with related activities in order to import best practices from other markets and to set up a “dream team” which is effective in creating value.

Generally speaking, the community-based HR approach offers the opportunity to position itself on new market opportunities, anticipate new expectations, deal with the causes and not the consequences, seek greater operational efficiency through the management of multidisciplinary projects, and regenerate its model by opening it up to the outside world.

Thus, thinking “ecosystem” requires a change of culture for the service providers that we are, placing the customer at the heart of all interests.

For this, our network is composed of an insurance company, a car leaser, an employer-brand specialist, a labour lawyer, IT consultants to assess candidates / evaluate and many coaches and consultants specialized in their field of reference. Together, we find every day for our clients, #1solutionforeveryproblem.