In Thierry Auzias's office
Julhiet Sterwen’s offices are organised like a big family’s house, where people work both inside and outside. Scattered among the giant Playmobil and the spacious lounges are large meeting rooms conducive to discussion. It’s a living space that each person uses as he or she sees fit, depending on mood or natural affinity.
Let’s meet Julhiet Sterwen’s executives in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
The Climate Fresk cards
Thierry’s question is “How can a consulting company have an impact on the environment?” This subject is an integral part of Julhiet Sterwen’s business model and its CSR policy. And to get people to act, they must first be aware.
Once a week, employees play this extraordinary card game and are “fresked” by its demonstration of the cause-and-effect relationships in climate change.
At Argos, we highly recommend it!
Print media - Happy at work
Some companies use the print media for advertising, others use it to express thanks. Julhiet Sterwen took out a half-page advert in Les Echos to thank all of its employees, who enabled the firm to score among the top 10 of companies where happiness reigns. And Thierry is proud of the commitment on the part of Argos’s employees.
This bandana with its Spanish colours is a souvenir from a company weekend in Spain. As human towers and pyramids are part of Catalan popular culture, so Julhiet Sterwen wanted to prove its endurance by building its own tower. One hundred Julhiet Sterwen employees, bandanas billowing in the wind, held steady as the camera recorded their feat for posterity.