by Bianca Cuciniello, UIL Private Bargaining, Representation, Sectoral Policies and Environment
Smart working and the right to disconnection: the role of the European Social Dialogue and the different stages of the European regulatory process
by Ornella La Tegola, Labour Law Researcher of Bari University “Aldo Moro”
The kind of smart working we have seen has been entirely to the advantage of the company and to the detriment of the worker, because smart working as a tool for flexibility in terms of working time and place, as well as for the contamination of ideas, has been and continues to be very little
The schedule of the OpenCorporation Blog in 2021: functions and thematic insights
Comparison between the #OpenCorporation ranking 2019 and the temporary OpenCorporation Ranking reported in September 2020
by Anna Maria Romano, CGIL Tuscany, Vice President UNI-Europe Finance, financial expert for CTS Open Corporation
IKEA is a subsidiary of the Dutch company Ingka Holding, owned by a non-profit foundation, the Stichting Ingka Foundation, created in 1982 by founder Ingvar Kamprad with the noble motivation of “spreading the progress of architecture and interior design”. The foundation is one of the largest non-profit organizations in the world, with assets in excess of $35 billion.