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How Could the Coronavirus Crisis Change How We Work?

This year, the coronavirus epidemic has swept the world, forcing thousands of people to work from home, turning their routines and ways of living upside down. But could this crisis pave the way towards a positive revolution for the world of work?   Working from home in the European Union According to a 2019 study […]

engagement

5 Ways to Motivate and Engage Your Employees

Engaging staff not only makes work more satisfying, but it is also more cost-effective. In the following 5 points, we will explain why you might want to involve your workers and how to do it. Enjoy! Why is it beneficial and who is responsible? A study from Aon Hewitt analysed global trends in staff engagement […]

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Foxwin Interviews: Michele Nencioni

Michele Nencioni Managing Director at Confindustria Udine   Today we are interviewing Michele Nencioini, Managing Director at Confindustria Udine. This organisation set itself the target of improving internal collaboration in order to improve wellbeing. They were able to achieve this through engaging methods with direct participation of employees. In a business like Confindustria Udine, what are […]

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Story of a Fox: Roberto Trombetta

Happiness comes from knowing that the effects of what you have accomplished will benefit workers, their families, and their friends.   Things do not happen by chance. I left the company I used to work at because there was nothing there that really interested me. I broke the pact with myself of happily remaining a […]

managing excessive workload

How to Manage an Excessive Workload

In management sectors of business, we often find ourselves having to managing excessive workloads. This situation generates the understandable fear of the so-called boomerang effect. At times, we decide against a possible solution for our business, because we are afraid that the process needed will be too long and torturous. Too much perceived difficulty = […]

Surviving Business Infidelity (The Importance of Talent Retention)

The Business Holy Grail: Talent Retention The ultimate ability for businesses in the twenty-first century is the capacity to attract and maintain the talent of people who live, work and evolve in a company. Individuals who, at a certain point, due to ambition or personal needs, need a change of scenery, leaving the business without […]

flow

Two Powerful and Fundamental Actions Pt.2: Going with the Flow

So we’ve talked about the search for a why, and now for the second action we have forgotten: the capacity to go with the flow.   The capacity to go with the flow After searching for a why, the second action which can change the results of our habits is the upheaval of our daily […]

job satisfaction

Job Satisfaction: Objective and Subjective Factors

The following article aims to describe the ways in which national politico-economic factors, social aspects of internal business management and individual working attitudes contribute to satisfaction in the workplace; and how this job satisfaction itself is a phenomenon which, if present, can be translated into quantifiable value for organisations. European Union Statistics There are numerous […]

Benessere del personale

When the well-being of the staff is transformed into value for the organization

Does corporate wellness really work? Benefits related to organizational well-being (otherwise known as welfare) have become an important tool to help businesses maximize their profits. Some of the results obtained are: reduced turnover, increased productivity and fewer accidents at work. Do you know how useful it is to invest in staff health?

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Ricardo Semler: Rewarding Workers’ Wisdom (on TedX)

  Rewarding the wisdom of workers means taking good consideration towards other people. Often in the world of work people forget how important it is to act kindly and cultivate healthy relationships.   Semco Partners CEO Ricardo Semler proposes a radical form of business democracy in which everything has been rethought, from boards of directors […]