The multiplier events – the day after

The project multiplier events took place and we're ready to go on. The events demonstrated the interest of the experts of the sector (VET providers, labour market centres and public bodies) and encouraged us to go further. To find new ideas and strategies to implement the project, during the meeting, we involved people in an open debate whose results we're evaluating, to ...
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The multiplier events

On July 12th there will be the final multiplier events of the project. We'll be connected from Czech Republic, Lithuania and Italy. We'll present the project and its results and we'll work together to go further. Contact us for more info. Photo: Waiting chairs - Bluebook
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Work life balance – The Guardian

Each month, a selection of articles by the Guardian on this topic. This month, in evidence, a Douglas Coupland's article : "The nine to five is barbaric". Read it to discover more. Douglas Coupland has always been one of the sharpest critics of the modern workplace. His literary works – such as Generation X, JPod and Microserfs – revolve around smart and creative young pe...
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Smart working

Smart working is changing our way of working. On Osservatori, a highly qualified landmark of Digital Innovation in Italy that integrates activities Research, Communication and Education, you can find a selection of business cases telling how this new way of working really works. You can read the business cases only in Italian but you can visit the website in English
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If you don’t design your life…

Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer. Marsh - author of Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up; Fat, Forty and Fired and Overworked and Underlaid - lays out an ideal day balanced between family time, personal time and productivity — and offers some stirring encouragement to make it happen. A video released in 2010, seen by about 3.5 mi...
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21 November 2016 – Turin

International labour standards and CSR: a course to understand workers' rights in the framework of due diligence.  The course, organized by the International Training Centre IntraNet, aims to strengthen the capacity of participants to understand the principles of international labour standards as they relate to company operations and the implications for CSR policies and pra...
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PerVET interview

During the secondo transnational meeting in Turin  we did an interview with Marinagela Cirella of Border radio. Listen to it: we talked about the project, about us, about ERASMUS+. Some parts are in Italian, some in English: "a melting box" of people and ideas.
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Work-Life Balance Week: 17-21 October 2016

Work-Life Balance Week provides a platform for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to work-life balance and raises awareness of work-life balance as a strategic issue in Hong Kong and across Asia. Since 2008, over hundreds of companies and organisations across Asia have participated by holding work-life activities and initiatives during the Week. This year it is takin...
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How’s life?

There is more to life than the cold numbers of GDP and economic statistics Explore the OECD Index to compare well-being across countries. The Index is based on 11 topics the OECD has identified as essential, in the areas of material living conditions and quality of life. A better understanding of people’s well‑being is central to developing better policies for better lives. ...
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