Assisting professions are evolving at the pace of society: digital revolution, health and/or economic crisis, etc. Companies are transforming and assistantship functions must adapt to meet the new requirements to which employees and managers are subjected.
Today, more than ever, companies are looking for expert profiles that are increasingly versatile and specialised. Managers' expectations regarding the skills of their assistants are increasingly high. The assistant is now expected to be a collaborator, working in "project mode" and accompanying his manager in the changes of his own job. In addition to the essential know-how, soft skills are equally important: more than 70% of positions in the Assistantship sector are based on the validation of non-technical skills.