What strategies do companies adopt to attract talents? What benefits do they offer to retain their employees? How do they deal with a multigenerational and multicultural staff? Come and hear from companies and consulting firms that are successful at creating a positive work environment.
The panel will be composed of Grant Thornton, Nova France, & Serve the City, a global movement of English-speaking volunteers. It will be moderated by Paul Prins, NextGen co-chair & Founder of Fresh Vine.
This event is organized by NextGen, AmCham’s incubator for startups, in partnership with Grant Thornton, one of the world’s leading organizations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms.
Introduction by the host Grant Thornton
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Head of the People and Culture function
Associate, National Head of Financial Advisory and Head of the People and Culture function at Grant Thornton France. Frédéric joined GT in 1996 where he carried out missions of internal audit and accounting.
Tom Wilscam has been in executive roles for technology companies such as Oracle Corporation and ClickSoftware, and has launched 3 startups in his career in Silicon Valley, London and Paris. Since 2015, Tom now focuses his skills on developing social enterprises and NGOs as both Managing Director of Venture Academie, and Executive Director of Serve the City Paris.