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Green Pass in Italy: all the issues of a necessary act

No sooner had the appropriateness of making the vaccine compulsory been aired than that part of Italy that is opposed to change (even when it is necessary) made its voice heard through populist leaders who, during their eternal election campaign, have loudly refused the eventuality of enforcing vaccination. The prospect of the green pass becoming […]

Remote work: why we need to legislate on Smart Working

If even Romano Prodi dedicates his editorial article to it in the pages of the Il Messaggero newspaper, the delicate issue of remote working, which the covid pandemic has unleashed in all its revolutionary force, is at the centre of political reflection. In his usual calm, rational way, the former prime minister outlines in a […]

Businesses in the time of the Coronavirus: believing in recovery is imperative for everyone

These are tough times for businesses and workers. The flu virus that has caused what the WHO now recognises as a pandemic is not as lethal, but more contagious, than previous ones and risks bringing our imposing health system to its knees. And the lightness in interpreting the first contagions makes Italy’s international credibility vulnerable, to the point that it plays the thankless and undeserved role of the plague-spreader of Europe. Who […]

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