The 4-Day Week: the benefits and risks of a change that aims to revolutionize the world of work

The four-day workweek, or short week, is one of the most controversial innovative projects of recent times. Let’s look at what it is and the potential benefits and risks for those who decide to go down this route.

Complicated, courageous, ambitious, risky: those are some of the adjectives used to describe this idea, which is gathering consensus and concerns while generating great interest due to the potentially seismic impact it could have on our lives. Continue reading The 4-Day Week: the benefits and risks of a change that aims to revolutionize the world of work

YOLO ECONOMY: the new normal means more flexibility and sustainability

YOLO ECONOMY: the new normal means more flexibility and sustainability

You only live once. First coined by the New York Times columnist Kevin Roose, the term ‘YOLO economy’ tries to make sense of what has become a classic post-pandemic phenomenon, one that is mainly affecting the Millennials and some Gen Z-ers. Namely, the trend to turn their lives around by questioning the traditional concept of work. Continue reading YOLO ECONOMY: the new normal means more flexibility and sustainability

Candidates not clicks

#CandidatesNotClicks: how to optimise hiring investments in the post pandemic

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