Enhance the potential of Smart Working – SmartWo

MODULE 1 – Best & Worst practices during the lockdown

Best and Worst Practices

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1. Home working requires…

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2. How many workers worked remotely during the pandemic in Italy/Latvia/Czech?

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3. What were the main tree obstacles of remote working (according to the study presented)?

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4. Remote working..

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5. Remote working if handled properly can…

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6. What are NOT the practical solutions to deal with remote working effectively?

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The Covid-19 pandemic and the measures to contain it have caused a profound breakdown of global economic activity, with potentially far-reaching longer-term implications for the way businesses are organised. Faced with the need to reduce the spread of the virus, governments worldwide introduced strict lockdown measures and required social distancing. For many companies, the introduction of teleworking (working from home, remote work, or telecommuting) arrangements was the only way to maintain the business open and avoid furloughing or laying-off staff.

So, you’re working from home? There are now 2 possible paths. One possibility is that you work like so many other individuals who are constricted to home offices. That implies you’ll devote a big portion of your day putting things off before you, in fact, get anything accomplished, which is going to lead to work spilling over into your night-time. You’ll head to bed with work still on your plate, feeling behind and worried, and you’ll get up the following day and begin work in your pyjamas. Without somebody looking over your shoulder, it’s all too easy to fall under bad habits.

The other alternative is that you tackle this opportunity with both hands: that you employ a little bit of discipline and strategy. Most notably: you get the proper attitude that is going to assist you in tackling this special hurdle in the very best manner …

This firs video is intended to provide a first picture of the impact and practices of the smart working in the 3 project countries starting from the result of an on the field survey on workers who’ve been affected by the lock-down measures.