(Teleborsa) – “The impact of Covid was dramatic as it was for the rest of the economy of our country and our planet. As far as welfare is concerned, it should be emphasized that even during this period of epidemiological crisis, companies have responded in an excellent way by paying attention to prevention and health supervision. This highlights the awareness that ensuring the well-being of collaborators and employees means increasing the competitiveness of companies, especially those in the craft sector that have few employees as a corporate structure. Therefore, improving the living conditions of workers through welfare interventions aimed at employees and their families means investing in the productivity of one’s company ”. This is what he says
Dario Bruni, delegate president of Confartigianato al Lavoro e Bilateralità, on the occasion of the presentation of the SME Welfare Index 2021 on the state of welfare in Italian small and medium-sized enterprises.
After more than a year and a half of crisis, are there any signs of recovery?
“Absolutely yes, thanks also to some government interventions. I am thinking, for example, of measures such as the Superbonus 110% which has greatly moved building renovations, also reactivating the plant engineering and windows sector, creating great job opportunities. The only concern is that this is a term measure so companies haven’t had time to organize. We hope that the government will be able to program these incentives over a longer period of time ”.