“The Covid has been the best advocate for declared work”

MAINTENANCE – The president of Oui Care considers the impact of the crisis on his group to be positive.

Guillaume Richard, 47, founded Oui Care in 2004. Number one in personal services in France, his group generates 350 million euros in turnover per year, has 10 brands (including O2, Apef,
France Présence, Interdomicilio, La Compagnie des lavandières, etc.), 18,000 employees (branches and franchises) and more than 520 local agencies in France. It is also present in Spain and Portugal. On August 25, he launched for O2, the flagship of the group, a recruitment campaign for 3,000 permanent contracts in France in all its professions: household assistants, child minders, educational facilitators and school support teachers, carers, gardeners. …

LE FIGARO. – How is Oui Care doing, eighteen months after the start of a crisis that weighed on its business?

Guillaume RICHARD. – Paradoxically, better than before the Covid. Transforming the crisis into an opportunity, easy to say… but, in concrete terms, how do we do it? I asked everyone to think about ways to achieve this. First

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