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
Ten tips from Patrizia Turri, Global Vice President Human Resources at Jobrapido, to help teams and HR managers to effectively manage their remote teams. Continue reading Ten tips for effectively managing a Remote Team
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’?
As remote working is used as a strategy to contain the virus, the consequent loss of the office economy is irreversibly changing the socio-economic fabric of major cities. Continue reading Remote working and consumption: how Italian urban economies are changing