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Work for Humankind: with Lenovo on Robinson Crusoe Island

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Lenovo announces today Work for Humankind, an initiative that invites volunteers from around the world to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: actively contribute to the well-being of the local community while working from one of the most remote places in the world with some of the most advanced and intelligent technologies. The place where the project takes place Work for Humankind is the island of Robinson Crusoe, a destination more than 640 kilometers west of mainland Chile, one of the most ecologically rich places on the planet. The island today faces many challenges in an ever-changing world, including access to education and health care, habitat degradation, and the impact of invasive species.

Thanks to the project Work for Humankind Volunteers selected on the basis of a range of skills, backgrounds and specializations will be able to work from Robinson Crusoe Island to help prevent the extinction of endangered species and support the local community on its path towards sustainability. This will be possible through a series of recovery projects, in collaboration with Island Conservation and the entire community, to foster positive change in the life of Robinson Island, such as the development of connectivity solutions necessary for the infrastructure of the ‘Island.

The Chinese company is creating a state-of-the-art technology hub with a range of devices, services and solutions from the company’s Intelligent Devices Group, including high-speed Internet connectivity, that will help the island achieve its goals: to equip volunteer tools to carry out their daily work and support conservation projects in this paradise of wildlife and cultural diversity. Lenovo aims to generate sustainable and lasting value over time that the community can rely on to support the goals even after the volunteer project is completed, which includes the development of an infrastructure to increase Internet bandwidth to at least 10 Mbps To this end, a fund will be established that will allow the maintenance of the community hub and support for community projects.

Anyone who wants to try to become one of the lucky volunteers who will have the opportunity to work from Robinson Crusoe Island can submit their application by November 30, 2021 here: www.LenovoWFH.com.

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A hybrid mode, never seen before
Supporting this initiative is a new survey from Lenovo that reveals the growing importance of remote and hybrid working for Gen Z and Millennials. The study, in fact, highlights the strong desire for flexibility, according to the benefits for individuals and society in general. These include: financial savings, more time for friends and family, and a better work-life balance. The study, with more than 15,000 people interviewed in 10 different markets, reveals how much i knowledge worker, especially the younger workforce, are willing to change their daily environments and carry out work activities from a remote destination, while making a contribution to the community in which they find themselves. As many as 70% of Gen Z and Millennial respondents say they would rather work longer hours from a remote dream location of their choice than go to the office every day. More than three-quarters of Gen Z and Millennial respondents feel more productive, creative and inspired when working remotely. The mentality of the younger workforce also emerges about their willingness to contribute in making a positive difference, no matter where they work, as 86% of Gen Z respondents stress the importance of drawing attention to environmental and social issues and support the local community in which they work.

Among the main findings of the study:

  • – Four out of five people between the ages of 18 and 40 report that working from anywhere is beneficial to society, communities, employers and employees
  • – 61% believe it is “very important” to offer something in return and have a positive impact on the local community (rising to 68% of Gen Z and 67% of Millennials)
  • – Nearly 80% of global respondents say “working from anywhere” would improve their personal relationships
  • – 91% of Millennials say it is very important to stimulate the local economy in “Work from Anywhere” mode
  • – 60% of respondents believe that current technology has enabled them to work more flexibly, increase productivity and reach full potential (rising to 67% of Gen Z and 66% of Millennials)

Among the respondents in Italy, in particular:

  • – 76% are enthusiastic about the new emerging technology that makes “Work from Anywhere” simpler and more effective
  • – 63% of respondents said they are available to work from anywhere in the world, and almost two thirds (65%) of Italians are happy to work longer hours if it means being able to do it remotely.
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