Who is the case manager? Increasingly complex welfare needs require a holistic vision, tailored action and the ability to coordinate several sources of aid. This is how the profession of social worker is being transformed.
An in-depth interview with the king of Italian coaches, who is now assistant coach at NBA team the San Antonio Spurs: It’s all different here. I brought them doubts: a club can only be truly great if it knows how to question itself
It is absolutely vital for companies to make their employees feel part of a positive environment. That way, they’ll help you improve your brand reputation. But this does not always yield positive results
Artificial intelligence risks replacing various professions, but not in the field of law. Indeed, the way in which the law is practised will undergo profound changes due to technology, but AI could actually make the job much more interesting
The Scientific Director of the PTP Science Park in Lodi is one of the few women at the helm of an Italian scientific organization: We’re equals when we are at university, and then the men go into management and the women become teachers. Who is to blame? Those who don’t know how to explain to girls that science is within their skills and creativity.
92.1% of millennials believe that working for an environmentally and socially responsible company is important. So important that CSR has become one of the criteria considered when applying for the right job.
Managing stress, identifying and resolving conflict, asking for help: these skills are not present on your CV, but they are essential for enterprises. Candidates and assessors are faced with the challenge of identifying, assessing and building them
A conversation with the winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics: We have to rewrite market rules. Today, the system guarantees the accumulation of financial wealth, and discourages investment in the real economy
A deal was reached after years of debate: multinational companies will have to pay a global minimum tax of 15%. This decision was taken by the finance ministers of the G7 in June 2021 and confirmed at the G20 in July.
The Italian economy is on the mend with the latest forecasts apparently very positive: GDP growth in the second quarter of 2021 is +2.7%. This rebound, however, is missing something: women participating in the labour market, a potential of between 50 billion to 150 billion euros in terms of GDP.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.