Nearly every EU Member State has embraced teleworking and is now trying to regulate its multifaceted aspects. Even so, legislation is not yet consistent regarding the necessary distinction between private and working life.
Microsoft acquired Ally.io, Google created Focus Time, and Apple took over the startup Fleetsmith. Large IT companies have been paying increasing attention to the evolution of smartworking, helping to redefine the contours of present and future work.
Adapting work to suit their lifestyle, enjoying freedom in time management, having the possibility to travel and relocating according to their needs. Digital nomadism exists for many reasons: a burgeoning trend not only among young people, indeed…
Shifting from a mindset rooted in a physical place to a ‘remote’ mindset is a decisive aspect of contemporary leadership. Such a shift underlines the importance of a model that takes embraces the ‘Three O’s’: Outcomes, Others and Ourselves
“FOR” stands for “Flexibility, Objective, Results”. An innovative subordinate contract piloted in the Italian chemicals sector
The advent of the Coronavirus pandemic has changed many things, perhaps even things that seemed almost inevitable. The virus has even crippled Silicon Valley, the area around San Francisco renowned for hosting the headquarters of the world’s largest tech companies: with the possibility of working from home, many workers have left, and now may never return. […]
A comparative survey carried out by Arup among 5,000 residents of Milan, Berlin, London, Paris and Madrid outlines the new requirements which workers have after their experience of the pandemic
According to lawyers Antonio Aloisi and Valerio De Stefano, the future of work is now decided in the area of new relationships between companies, workers and algorithms. We need a system that is focused on trust, and no longer on control.
One year ago saw the outbreak of the pandemic in Italy. Employed, NEETs, unemployed: key trends and figures 12 months after the arrival of the virus. At least 444,000 fewer jobs
From free psychological counselling to making meeting rooms available for staff’s children: many companies have implemented extraordinary measures for their staff during the Covid pandemic. Companies’ efforts are being recognised with the “Parità virtuosa” [“Virtuous equality”] award
Paola Maugeri and Luca Mazzucchelli offer their personal solutions for taking care of body and soul, especially during social distancing.
It’s become a common practice due to the Covid-19 emergency. But are we sure that taking our work home is really smart? It is an open debate among the experts
Our country should stop selling cars with diesel or petrol engines by 2035 and switch to electric cars. New skills, new professional profiles and more research will be needed
“Psychology and the Good Life”, taught by Laurie Santos at Yale, has become the most popular course in the history of the prestigious American university. Yet there is no shortage of examples in Italy as well
Software developers, engineers and computer scientists will be leading the first phase of creating a virtual reality for avatars. But eventually a detailed world will have to be created, and this will only be possible with architects, designers, mathematicians and many other professional profiles.