The world is changing at the speed of light and businesses face larger and larger challenges anticipating change, satisfying customers, being more flexible and producing at lower costs. They must set up operational systems to meet their performance goals, but also lead their teams and individuals in quicker advancement.
Several steps to a targeted service
Assessing your needs face-to-face to pinpoint the initial objective
Defining of your expectations, limitations and situation based
on a roadmap adapted to each one of your needs
An observation period in the company if necessary
Assessment with an action plan and time scale
We also work with other specialized agencies
Adjustable billing: We develop à la carte services based on your needs. We also work with other partners.
The proposal will include an estimate. Each service having a set price based on its nature, context, complexity and the time needed to carry out the mission.
Several billing options are available: per mission, time-based and/or a subscription plan.
Our services can be part of the credited training hours every employee has available to them within a French company. The “droit individual à la formation (DIF)” or individual training allotment allows every employee to build up a credit of twenty hours of training a year that can be accumulated over six years for a limit of 120 hours. The initiative to use those hours of training lies with the employee, but implementing the DIF requires the employer’s approval of the training action. Training takes place outside of work hours, unless there is some internal agreement stipulating otherwise. The training is covered by the employer, who must pay a training grant of 50% of the person’s net wage if the training is done outside of work hours. The DIF is a recognized employee right, and the latter can choose to use it or not. If he or she decides not to use it, he or she cannot ask for financial compensation from the employer for the unused training hour allotment.
Training budget :
In France, every company must spend 1.5% of its total wage bill to train employees in its company or those in its professional sector. Our services can be covered by this budget. If the company does not spend 0.9% or 1% that is required on its training plan, then it must pay that amount not spent to the public treasury, within the limit of 0.9% or 1% depending on whether or not it is required to pay an apprenticeship tax.
Personal financing :
Coaching can stem from a personal initiative and be financed by your own means (individuals/students).
State aid :
Some small business aid plans can be set up to facilitate access to HR consulting and training.