The pandemic emergency caused by the diffusion of the Covid-19 obliged many companies to re-organize their working methods.
In this view, the flexible work or smart working, allowed many sectors to continue to provide services during the emergency, but not without any efforts in the resettlement of the business and technical infrastructures.
But what are the key distinctions of the smart working? Ad what are the advantages or drawbacks of this remote working method now that has become omnipresent across the entire country?
In the May issue of TopHic our experts analyse this subject under multiple and interesting points of view.
Overview - From remote working to smart working
All organizations, although to different degrees due to the activity carried out, in these past months have compulsorily implemented - and therefore experimented with – telework or remote working […]
The expert's opinion - The implementation of "extended" smart working
by Simonetta La Grutta - Partner Bernoni Grant Thornton, Head of VAT e People Hub Responsable
During a recent webinar by ICA (the Italian Association for Informatics and Automatic Calculation), Enzo Rullani theorized three types of smart working that have also been taken up by Harvard Business Review Italia. According to Rullani, it is possible to distinguish between [...]
Focus on - The evolution of flexible working over time
In this period, more than ever, a tide of change is impacting the world of work; employees are no longer working from the “office”, but proving their extreme flexibility and adaptability, have succeeded, together with their employers, in turning their homes (or other location) in their places of work. This evolution can be [...]