On Thursday 9 February 2017 In Brest, David Godest was awarded the “2017 Best Creator of digital jobs” prize as part of the 2017 West Web Awards. Since its creation in 2011, Dolmen has come a long way – including in terms of employment. David Godest recruited his first employee in July 2011, and in 2016 over 40 permanent employees had joined the adventure.
In addition to its many employments, the entrepreneur cares about conveying human values, simplicity and professional training.
“As entrepreneurs, we also have a social responsibility. We must train and support our employees, capitalise on their training and enable them to experience corporate life as best as possible”, admits David Godest.
Dolmen also managed to build up strong relations with key local schools such as Digital Campus and ESC Rennes (Business School). Integration is generally an important feature of the company’s HR policy. Trainees, vocational trainees and employees all follow a week-long integration course, to help them understand Dolmen’s DNA, be trained in the solutions offered, and meet the other employees with one goal in mind: to unite workers around corporate culture. All employees, regardless of their position, need to “think customer”.
In 2017, Dolmen plans to hire 15 to 20 people.
On Thursday 9 February 2017 In Brest, David Godest was awarded the "2017 Best Creator of digital jobs" prize as part of the 2017 West Web Awards. Since its creation in 2011, Dolmen has come a long way - including in terms of employment. David Godest recruited...Read more
Paris, 8 March 2017: Dolmen announced that it had won the 2017 Big Data Innovation Trophy. On 7 March at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, David Godest got up on stage to defend his responsible and ethical vision of data use in the BtoC category. Data...Read more