The current global working context, due to COVID-19, is experiencing a pivotal moment for what concerns working from home. For many employees this is the first time they approach remote working and they need to be thoroughly informed, guided and supported by HR, in order to guarantee maximum protection of the data they manage and receive. Continue reading #CandidatesNotClicks: how to optimise hiring investments in the post pandemic
A buzzword for the last couple of years, blockchain has finally received recognition as a technology that has the potential to reinvigorate different industries. The recruiting sector can also benefit significantly from this change if it manages to exploit the full potential of this new technology. Continue reading Blockchain technology as a key differentiating factor for corporate hiring efforts in the near future
Italians abroad: young people are leaving the country in search of a stable economy and long-term job prospects. But what are the consequences of these losses faced by the country’s socio-economic fabric? Continue reading Come home, Expat: institutions and companies aim at tempting back Italian expatriates
The sudden shift to remote working may herald the end of the office as we know it and have a big impact on the socio-economic fabric of British major city centres. The geography of work is changing and we’re faced with the prospect of a future in which new ways of agile working must necessarily integrate and co-exist alongside traditional organisational structures. Continue reading Is remote working killing the British ‘office economy’?