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Supporting employee carers: a CSR challenge
As the number of workers acting as caregivers to family members continues to rise, companies have everything to gain by supporting them to reduce absenteeism, encourage commitment, improve quality of life at work and retain talent. Support for caregivers is a real issue for society and is now part of companies’ corporate social responsibility policies....
What type of employment status will platform workers hold? mind RH updates its comparison of several countries’ regulatory responses
Are bike and scooter delivery workers and ride-hail drivers all independent self-employed workers, and should they be allowed to freely determine the conditions of their business relationship with the online platforms? Together, bicycle accidents (sometimes fatal), assaults on delivery drivers, and precariousness related to the lack of an employment contract are raising questions over the...
CSR: support for caregiving employees, a new challenge for companies
A study published in March 2021 by the Terra Nova think tank and the Transitions démographiques, Transitions économiques (TDTE) research chair estimates that the number of people aged 65 and over in the EU-27 is set to rise from 89 million in 2010 to 125 million in 2030, marking an increase of 40%, while the...
Hybrid work: contours of work organisation patterns post the Covid-19 pandemic are starting to take shape
Between 2 and 5 days of teleworking per week. While the health crisis has spurred the implementation of telework and led to new work organisation agreements being signed in 2021, and particularly in France, it has also broken down barriers and opened the door to innovation. Some companies have gone well beyond the introduction of...
The four-day working week is gaining ground
Between 2015 and 2019, Iceland, a pioneer in this field, experimented with a reduced work week on a large scale. Over the four-year period and conducted by both the city of Reykjavik and the Icelandic government, some 2,500 people, or more than 1% of the working population, participated in testing reduced working hours with no...