The world of work
is rapidly changing
IN JAPANESE, "IDOKO-RO" MEANS ADRESS, RESIDENCE.
IN A BROADER SENSE, IDOKO IS A PLACE WHERE ONE FEELS CONFIDENT AND INSPIRED.
CONCRETE AND OPERATIONAL SOLUTIONS
In a rapidly changing world of work, we provide concrete, operational solutions to develop long-term employee commitment, cultivate open and constructive social dialogue, establish inclusive corporate cultures, and help leaders mobilize energies to succeed in their transformation projects.Our purpose
The entire team at idoko trained in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
Within the scope of our missions, our team members are sometimes faced with individuals experiencing psychological distress. We have thus decided to train our entire team in Mental Health First Aid (“PSSM in France”). The MHFA program is inspired by the physical first aid training model. It trains first aiders to provide information and support to individuals suffering from mental troubles, and to orient them towards health professionals. The training also provides participants with keys to assist people experiencing a mental health crisis. More broadly, the MHFA approach raises awareness around mental health issues and invites self-reflection on individual perceptions of mental illness. This training is compatible with a truly citizen based approach, which we highly advocate. Do you want to know more? Sign up to a training course here.
idoko joins the FIRPS in 2023
With a plethora of new actors presenting as experts in the field of PSR (psychosocial risks), a federation was born to structure the profession. The FIRPS (Federation of Psychosocial Risk workers) was created in 2011. It unites 23 specialised firms which accompany organisations on PSR prevention and the improvement of Quality of life in the workplace. Members of the federation observe a strict shared deontology and respect a common set of ethics in their practices and approaches. The objective is to improve consideration of health at work, with a view to getting psychosocial risks included in corporate HR policies, by promoting ethical professional practices which comply with the regulations in place (GDPR, duty of care) to HR Directors, General Management and employee representative bodies. For idoko, joining the FIRPS is a real opportunity to exchange, build, and brainstorm with other experienced PSR professionals. We now belong to a community which endeavours to offer first-class support and guidance to organisations, on topics which are sometimes difficult to broach.
Qualiopi : a gage of our commitment to quality at the heart of our trainings
We made the choice to strive for excellency in our training processes and work methods, and have thus been Qualiopi certified since 2021. We closely track all our programs so that we can implement constant ongoing improvements. We take feedback from all of our customers and participants into account, and we promise to evaluate participants’ attainment of training objectives. On completion of each training module, all of the pedagogical supports used (training supports, analytical frameworks, practical tools…) are made available to participants in their own personal digital spaces. As equity is important to us, we are committed to making each of our trainings accessible. We also make sure we offer innovative methods adapted to our clients’ organisational and sectorial needs. We enlist experienced trainers to undertake our missions, who are mindful of the needs of the persons they are dealing with. As we are a certified training organisation, our clients in France can benefit from access to public funding, via their corporate financing body for skills acquisition (OPCO).
idoko accompanies organisations in the fight against sexual and gender-based violence
Since 2015 and the #metoo wave, other movements have followed, making the subject of sexual and gender-based violence a central news topic, and rapidly raising awareness on a wide social scale. With this upheaval, companies are questioning the best way to address these sensitive topics, so a shift in sometimes deeply rooted company culture and mindset can be made possible. On this subject, it is necessary to find the right balance between reminding people the framework and helping them to develop their day-to-day practices. We support organisations with training and awareness programs around sexual and gender-based violence (GBV) using a mix of legal theory and practical cases relevant to the participants’ daily realities. We have already accompanied several groups of employee representatives, managers, HR personnel, and Management committee, and we have been able to observe the positive effects of new prevention practices and GBV management practices we contributed to developing alongside them.