A year of smart working: a boom in big companies, small-medium sized companies are still behind

A study by Politecnico di Milano portrays a year of law on agile work: the big companies have done well, the public administration has grown, but small-medium sized companies are still uninterested.

Di |2024-06-14T07:23:50+01:00Gennaio 21st, 2019|Human Capital, MF, Smart Working|0 Commenti

Smart working: how companies are introducing agile working

According to a survey carried out by Industree Communication Hub and TBS Group, employers promote agile working by offering technological tools and using internal publicity campaigns. But the biggest difficulty lies in changing the culture around performance evaluations

Di |2024-06-14T07:23:29+01:00Settembre 12th, 2018|MF, Smart Working|0 Commenti

Smart working: saying goodbye to the old work paradigm

Mariano Corso, Scientific Director of the Smart Working Observatory of the Politecnico di Milano: The key to smart working is a result-driven culture no longer based on old employment paradigms. This is the only way to stimulate creativity and cultivate talent.

Di |2024-06-14T07:22:41+01:00Dicembre 6th, 2017|Human Capital, MF, Smart Working|0 Commenti