The jobs, 60% remote, offered by Pwc (for 90% of employees)
According to the latest smart working observatory established by the School of Management of the Polytechnic University of Milan in 2022 (the next one available in early November). Last year, agile working was used consistently: 3.6 million teleworkers. An increase is predicted due to the consolidation of the models in companies. Smart working is now present in 91% of large Italian companies (in 2021 it was 81%), with an average of 9.5 days of remote work per month and projects that almost always act on all the levers that characterize this model. The impact of smart working is becoming increasingly positive due to the increase in energy costs: an employee who works remotely at least two days a week saves an average of around 1,000 euros per year due to the reduction in transport costs. Smart working provides a potentially greater cost reduction for companies: allowing employees to work outside the office for 2 days a week, you can optimize the use of spaces by insulating unused spaces and reducing consumption, with a potential saving of approximately 500 euros per year for each workplace. If this is combined with the decision to reduce head office space by 30%, savings can amount to 2,500 euros per year per employee. But let’s see what are the policies and jobs that some big companies offer.
For example, PwC Italia expects that approx 600 people by September 30, of which more than 90% can work smart, up to 60% after signing an individual agreement. From September 1, an initial sample of a thousand people will work (almost) 100% remotely.
September 19, 2023
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