“Offer a unique working environment and make employees want to come to the site”
This installation is the result of a project called “Odyssey” started almost 3 years ago around the desire to bring together Ile de France employees on a single, modern and attractive site and facilitating the generalization of new methods of work within the Group. Widely used within Europ Assistance since 2018, the use of teleworking has accelerated with successive periods of confinement. The new teleworking agreement of March 1, 2021 now provides for a minimum of 2 days of on-site presence per week.
“In a context where hybrid working has become the norm, we felt that it was the employer’s responsibility to make employees want to come on site,” explains Anne-Hélène Cousseau, Director of Human Resources and Communication. from Europ Assistance France . This requires a place that makes you want to come together, through its architecture, its conviviality, but also through the facilities it provides in terms of connectivity, access, services and collaboration .
A change also made necessary by the growth in activity and workforce: in 2021, the Europ Assistance workforce based in Île-de-France increased by more than 200 employees, supported in particular by Europ Assistance’s strategic partnership France with Crédit Agricole.