Key findingsInitial resistance to remote working, stemming from a traditional managerial culture, evolved as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Italy, like other countries, witnessed an unprecedented experience of remote working during the pandemic, leading to a reassessment of its role after the emergency.
Paradigm shiftAs we emerge from the state of emergency, the question arises: will remote working become the norm? This calls for a paradigm shift, requiring organizational structures that are project-centric and adaptable to different phases and cycles.
Rights and protectionChallenges persist. Workers outside company premises must enjoy the same rights, but it is essential to recognize the unique circumstances of remote working. Protective measures, such as the right to disconnect, are imperative to meet the specific needs of remote workers.
Looking to the futureAs we navigate this changing landscape, the AlpSatellites project underlines the importance of fair treatment, non-discrimination and appropriate protections to ensure the sustainable and equitable integration of remote working into our working culture.
For more information, see the working document.