Work from Home - For some Renault employees

Work from Home - For some Renault employees

Post by Anand Nen » Thu, 25 Jan 2007 03:52:34


Lucky guys!

(http://www.grandprix.com/ns/ns17985.html)
A cost-cutting idea

The computer is still in the process of changing the way we live and
work in the modern world. It is worth noting that Renault has just
reached an agreement with its trade unions on the subject and will soon
start to offer some of its employees the opportunity to work from home
two to four days a week as they do their work on computers whether they
are at home or in the office. The aim is to make the company more
competitive by reducing overheads while at the same time, making
employees happier as they are better able to balance their work and home
lives and at the same time will help the world become a better place as
there will be fewer cars commuting.

One wonders whether there can be similar cost-cutting initiatives in F1,
rather than bigger and bigger factories being built.

--
Raikkonen and (Michael) Schumacher are 15th and 16th. I feel I wanna
get out of the commentary box, go down there, put the red light on and
stop them and say, Well, what are you doing! Whats wrong Theyre
thirty-eight seconds behind!

 
 
 

Work from Home - For some Renault employees

Post by just bo » Thu, 25 Jan 2007 04:42:34


Quote:
> Lucky guys!

> (http://www.grandprix.com/ns/ns17985.html)
> A cost-cutting idea

> The computer is still in the process of changing the way we live and
> work in the modern world. It is worth noting that Renault has just
> reached an agreement with its trade unions on the subject and will soon
> start to offer some of its employees the opportunity to work from home
> two to four days a week as they do their work on computers whether they
> are at home or in the office. The aim is to make the company more
> competitive by reducing overheads while at the same time, making
> employees happier as they are better able to balance their work and home
> lives and at the same time will help the world become a better place as
> there will be fewer cars commuting.

> One wonders whether there can be similar cost-cutting initiatives in F1,
> rather than bigger and bigger factories being built.

Maybe someday for the drivers, too....