Journal title WELFARE E ERGONOMIA
Author/s Luca Bottini, Igor Costarelli, Luca Daconto
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/1 Language Italian
Pages 12 P. 75-86 File size 368 KB
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The article presents the results of an analysis of smart workers’ profiles from a sample survey of residents of the municipality of Milan who worked from home during the recent pandemic. The cluster analysis proposed here groups three types of smart workers, on the basis of perceived housing adequacy for agile work, different levels of technological endowment, quality of housing, and socio-economic characteristics of respondents: traditional households, owners, with medium technological endowment and adequacy of home space; mixed house-holds, renters, with medium-low technological equipment and an average adequacy of home space; singles, young adults, with high technological equipment and a positive perception of the adequacy of spaces.
Keywords: housing condition; smart working; Covid-19; cluster analysis; Milan.
Luca Bottini, Igor Costarelli, Luca Daconto, Casa e lavoro. Tipologie di smart workers durante il primo lockdown a Milano in "WELFARE E ERGONOMIA" 1/2022, pp 75-86, DOI: 10.3280/WE2022-001007