Throughout the year, our employees are given the chance to take part in various events, company projects, meetings or workshops that foster exchanges of ideas, practices or experience. These events are open to all and are designed to inspire, and to promote sharing and learning.
Specialist communities, Expert’tease webinars, Masterclasses, Tell&Share or Share2Know meetings, skills sponsorship, contributions to Innovation Lab projects, mentoring programmes, the Incredible Talents club: these opportunities to learn or share are just some of the ways you can deepen your know-how and soft skills. Whether purely professional or more personally engaging, the diversity of topics and their content enable anyone who is willing to play an active, creative and innovative part in the company.
Eliott, PhD in the Innovation Lab
As a research and innovation centre, the Lab works to address our clients’ future challenges. But it is also a real collaborative platform and incubator for all Scalian employees.
The Lab deals with numerous topics related to all the Group’s various activities. As such, it enables engineers to collaborate or co-innovate alongside the PhDs working in the Lab.
Conversely, some Innovation Lab team members may be required to interact within think-tanks or working groups as part of internal projects, responses to calls for tender, client assignments, etc.
This principle of “cross-fertilisation” helps build bridges between the different communities of experts and enriches everyone’s experiences at different levels (technical, organisational or methodological).
business communities within Scalian Group
Expert'tease webinars organised every year on average
research projects carried out in the Lab in 2021
Be part of a community
Getting involved in the Group’s life and development by spending more time with your peers is what our expert networks are all about:
Get involved, give meaning to your work
All employees are welcome to get involved in initiatives that contribute to our CSR approach.
Here are some examples relating to mobilisation for the environment, social commitment, knowledge transmission and more:
Here, our partnership with the students of the INSA in Rennes
Pay close attention to assignments
In our business, our employees need to know why they are working for our clients. They need to understand the challenges and goals of their assignment. At Scalian, we are committed to supporting each employee from the very start of their assignment.
Mechanisms such as preparation interviews, follow-up sessions, kick-off meetings or feedback from annual satisfaction surveys enable us to sound out our consultants about their aspirations.
We make sure that the employee has a real interest in the project and will be able to reach their full professional potential. It is also important to explain the project’s scope and impact from a societal, technological, economic and social perspective.
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