De nombreuses études ont souligné que rester assis toute la journée devant son ordinateur nuit à la santé. Les solutions alternatives se mettent en place.
This article claims that sitting at a desk all day is bad for you. I fully agree (ouch, my shoulder is cramping already and it's just 10 am). But really... type and run at the same time? This has to be some sort of joke ;-) (Video in English here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Jcd5XV4VL8#t=22)
Vienna-based statistician Guy Abel and geographer Nikola Sander created the very cool interactive chart above (via Tom Murphy) that documents migration flows among regions of the world for four five-year periods between 1990 and 2010. Data from 196 countries was included, but only flows of over 50,000 people are shown. The...
Migration has an incredible impact on work - which work, which skills, which country, finance, immigration... See in this chart how much more mobile we are today than we ever were. It's amazing that we can move so easily, but also that we are aware of where to go to find work. Internet, you crazy thing.
Accueil chaleureux, hiérarchie accessible, engagement citoyen... Chez BlaBlaCar, la cohésion d'équipe et le bien être au travail revêtent des aspects variés. Leur bonne conduite vient d'être récompensée par le prix spécial 'entreprise fun et performante' de l'institut Great Place to Work.
Fussball = team building. Why not?! It is surely a combination of all these silly perks which makes a place a "great place to work" for generation Y. For generation X (or indeed W), what would be a winning place to work for both women and men?
www.mobil2040.be Vidéo réalisée dans le cadre de l'étude prospective Mobil2040 Video gemaakt in het kader van de prospectieve studie Mobil2040 Video made in ...
The 'how you get there' aspect of 'Ways to Work' is just as important as 'what happens when you get there'. Check out this projection of Brussels' rue Belliard in 2040 and imagine the health benefits of more cycling to work, less fumes... happy workers and dense urban traffic don't usually mix so well.
Quand Christina Hendricks (jouée par Joan Holloway) de la série Mad Men débarque dans un bureau en 2014, on se demande ce qui est le plus rétro : son look, son incrédulité face à un écran d'ordinateur, ou les politiques salariales à l'égard des femmes.
Do you often work in a coffee shop? Here are a few suggestions to help keep your laptop safe!
How to take a "technical" break... a real consideration for people who like to work in coffee shops - the environment is buzzing, there's good coffee... but there's no security so laptops can't be left unattended. Don't let that put you off - work around it!
According to a new Global Rights Index released by the International Trade Union Conference, Greece is among the worst countries in the world to work, placed by the organization in the same category as countries such as Cambodia, Qatar and India. The country’s low standing is primarily due to the erosion of worker protections through measures passed by the government at the demand of the Troika.
So sad for all my Greek friends who can't bear to work (or can't find any work) in their country. Hardly suprised by the ITUC's report however and hope things will improve soon. Europe faces many work related challenges these days, and I hope the coming elections (25 May, don't forget to vote!) don't make things worse...
Jason Fried has a radical theory of working: that the office isn't a good place to do it. In his talk, he lays out the main problems (call them the M&Ms) and offers three suggestions to make work work.
So true - "freelancer" is a term that so many use and yet no one actually hears about as a group. Neither SME or employee, it's a multi-functional and highly skilled 'thing' to be. Interesting also to see the use of the term IPro - as in 'Independent" as opposed to 'obsessed with Mac products'.
Conférence organisée par Me Christelle MAZZA, Avocat au Barreau de Paris, dans le cadre du projet La Culture du Droit, en présence du Dr Marie-France HIRIGOYEN et de Zoé SHEPARD - Cabinet ARMIDE
De certaines choses qu'il faut savoir sur la culture française, pour pouvoir repenser le travail... et pas que dans la fonction publique (même si tout le monde a tendance à faire fi des difficultés à licencier dans le privé, et d'une manière générale des similarités entre le privé et le public) !
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