According to findings of the PoliMi HR Observatory, only 5 percent of Italians are happy at work.
Where does the problem lie and what can companies do about it? How much do entrepreneurs care about employees’ mental health? What solutions can come from abroad?

The world of work is changing, but entrepreneurs and workers have yet to find common ground. The demand for greater productivity and on-call availability increasingly clashes with the desire to protect one’s space and create a clear separation between private and professional spheres. This gives rise to misunderstandings, stress and prejudices such as those about spoiled and lazy young people.

Carlo Romanelli, occupational psychologist and founder of the management consulting company Net Working, spoke on these issues at the microphones of 𝗥𝗧𝗟 𝟭𝟬𝟮.𝟱 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀, stressing that “we need to overturn the cultural and historical equation that more productivity brings more profit and consequently more welfare. We need to understand that if there is more welfare, and companies create the conditions for this to happen, this can translate into more productivity and more profit.

Watch the full interview on Rtl 102.5 News:

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