The estimate is by Nomisma. 56% of respondents would continue, albeit to a lesser extent, even after the end of the lockdown
BOLOGNA – A small army of smart workers is active on the peninsula. Almost 2 million Italians who, due to the emergency linked to the spread of coronavirus, have started working from home and 56% of them would not disdain to continue at the close, albeit in a reduced way, in this way, by committing remotely a few days a month. This is what emerges from the numbers of the Observatory “Lockdown. How and why our lives change” created by Nomisma in collaboration with Crif.
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According to the research, 9% of the employed have seen their homes transformed into offices and – it is explained – “organizations, companies, workers, although forced by an emergency, experience a new way of working made of digital and innovative tools and accelerate an organizational and training process that in normal times would have taken years. “
In the opinion of the Bolognese ‘thinker’ “this is a goal from which companies and Public Administrations must not go back and this is the opportunity to be taken to rethink production processes in the light of a” Smart Working culture “.
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Looking again at the relationship with technologies, staying at home for the ‘lockdown’ represented “in many cases the opportunity to build blocks for the future with foresight: 28% of Italians are engaged in online training courses or to participate A webinar. A trend – the report points out – that will continue to be carried out “even after this phase,” for 32% in the same way and for 13% more than the current one.