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  • Did you already had the opportunity to read the LISPOLIS Contingency Plan (aqui)
  • Has your company already created a Contingency Plan
  • Your company equates / is already promoting remote work

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Teletrabalho Em Portugal - 1 Ano De Aprendizagens 2021

Teleworking in Portugal: One Year of new insights

    Entidade:  LISPOLIS & Univ. Europeia

Teleworking or Remote Work was viewed with suspicion by both companies and workers, but in the last year it has gained importance in Portugal. However, not all business activities make it possible to adopt this work model and the concerns it regards are many from all sides.

In this session, promoted by LISPOLIS and the European University, we will learn about the conclusions of the Study “Challenges of People Management in Remote Work”, which considered more than 900 workers, including a comparison with 2020.

We will also discover the perspectives of our four guests, in a panel discussion on this topic with:

– Maria Isabel Moço – Professor at Universidade Europeia

– João Atanásio – Professor at Universidade Europeia

– André Carvalho – Co-CEO of Tangível

– Paulo Alvito – Co-Founder & CEO of ID Mind


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