Capgeminis hybrid workplace is empowering and sustainable

Capgemini's hybrid workplace is empowering and sustainable

 February 01, 2022

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A career at Capgemini is rewarding and constantly transforming, with the company working to support the development of women at all levels of the organization.

Complementing this support, hybrid working is becoming a day-to-day reality at Capgemini. Underpinned by its trust-based managerial culture, Capgemini aims to empower everyone, in all countries, to deliver exceptional work, contributing to an inclusive and sustainable future for its people, clients, and society.

There are three key elements to Capgemini's new ways of working: flexible working, connected spaces, and borderless opportunities. By combining these elements, Capgemini creates an empowering, inclusive and collaborative space where everyone can excel in their area of expertise. 

Creating a better work-life balance

Colleagues now work more flexibly in time and location, including from home, allowing a better work-life balance and greater empowerment. Capgemini team members are fully supported in their transition to a hybrid way of working, notably through:

  • company-provided equipment, such as desk chairs to ensure colleagues working from home do so safely and comfortably
  • new working practices to encourage social interaction and strengthen relationships in the new normal
  • guidance and training to support well-being, notably through a global platform, including the right to disconnect so for a healthy work-life balance

Capgemini uses an employee feedback tool to determine how its people are feeling and to understand what is important to them wherever in the world they’re working. This confidential survey informs the action plans and decisions regarding wellbeing, diversity & inclusion, and engagement.

Inclusive environments encourage innovation

As a global leader in digital transformation, Capgemini believes modern and inclusive environments encourage innovation. The company provides state-of-the-art, flexible and collaborative office spaces to help its people be as productive as possible when they are in the office.

This physical environment is combined with digital tools to facilitate virtual collaboration and remote delivery, which enables the teams, partners and clients to work together and apart in more flexible ways delivering greater value to clients. Capgemini employees are fully supported in the transition to the hybrid way of working with necessary training and resources.

“Leveraging the unique opportunity of the New Normal, we can shape together the future we want for Capgemini: more sustainable, more digital, more collaborative, more respectful of personal balance, of diversity, more international in engagements, in order to bring our clients the best combination of innovation, expertise and proximity,” comments Vincent Moreau, Head of New Normal Transformation at Capgemini.

Creating diverse work opportunities 

Capgemini leverages the new hybrid working model to help its people meet their career expectations and further enhance their experience, by providing them with borderless and more diverse work opportunities.

Through a global digital platform, Capgemini team members are empowered to express their aspirations. Supported by artificial intelligence, they have visibility on the opportunities that best match their skills and aspirations and will be able to apply for them, becoming actors in the choice of their next engagement.

“Effective leadership in a hybrid environment requires building trust differently with teams and colleagues, empowering team members to take ownership of their ideas and their work and enabling flexibility,” explains Anne Lebel, Chief Human Resources Officer at Capgemini

Cultivating a sustainable future 

Not only are these new ways of working better for Capgemini's people, they are also better for the environment. By reducing the need for regular travel and the energy that it consumes, Capgemini is providing a more sustainable way of delivering its projects, contributing to its target of hitting net zero by 2030.

“We have a unique opportunity today to reimagine the way we do business, the way we work, and the way we live. We also have an opportunity to crack the real fight of our generation: the fight against global warming,” comments Aiman Ezzat, Capgemini's CEO.

Capgemini's new ways of working are being deployed country by country, in compliance with required local legal processes with employee representatives or other local stakeholders.

Excel in a diverse and inclusive career with Capgemini 

Capgemini's progressive ways of working are both beneficial for its people and the environment. 

Discover borderless career opportunities and get the future you want with Capgemini. 


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