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  • Jérémy Lamri (Tomorrow Theory): “There isn’t a single HR topic that won’t be impacted by generative AI” (interview)

    With ChatGPT’s popularity continuing to grow since its launch in November 2022, Jérémy Lamri, co-author of ‘Travailler à l'ère des AI génératives’* (Editions EMS), explains to mind RH about how generative artificial intelligence technologies will revolutionise the world of work, especially HR practices, and reflects on the challenges facing companies. Entrepreneur and researcher specializing in understanding and developing human potential, Jérémy Lamri also co-founded Le Lab RH and Hub France IA and he speaks to us here as CEO of HR innovation studio Tomorrow Theory.

  • Italy: series of agreements signed by major agri-food companies ahead of national collective agreement renewal negotiations

    With agri-food sector social partners commencing discussions for renewing the national collective agreement, many of the sector's major companies have spent the summer months signing individual agreements with the Fai Cisl, Flai Cgil and Uila unions. Recurring themes in these agreements include the strengthening of labour relations, a greater commitment to the environment, and a sharp rise in productivity bonuses.

  • Christian Ruckriegel (Allianz): “Our Equal Pay project is an important part of a broader commitment to gender equality”

    How do you ensure male and female employees enjoy equal pay when you are a multinational company operating in more than 70 countries with different customs and traditions? This is the challenge that the German insurance company Allianz set itself in 2020 and which earned it the renowned German HR Management Prize in the 'HR Tech & Digital' category in September 2022. According to the award panel, Allianz succeeded in deploying a data-driven method for identifying and closing potential wage gaps on a global scale in record time. Christian Ruckriegel, head of employee benefits at the German insurance group, gives us an insight into their efforts.

  • EU: the 4th UNI Europa Conference was held under the heading ‘Changing Europe Together’

    With the desire to ‘Change Europe’, thanks to stronger unions with increased negotiations influence, UNI Europa gathered its members together for a three-day conference, held in Rome from the 14th to the 16th of March 2016, to set out a strategic framework for the next four years. Unions’ strengthened capacity to attract members and to negotiate, using levers including union alliances, European Works Councils, and transnational company agreements came to the fore. In terms of transnational company agreements, the Conference adopted a set of guidelines and a negotiation procedure.