Yesterday, the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum in Madrid hosted the signing ceremony of the “Teleworking and Flexibility Charter”, promoted by the Másfamilia Foundation.
A commitment that professional organizations sign on a voluntary basis, regardless of their size and activity, to promote a culture of flexibility and teleworking and support for the reconciliation of personal, family and work life.
The Teleworking and Flexibility Charter
After the pandemic, teleworking has been reduced in Spain to 12.5% in 2022, which is 3.6 points less than the same date the previous year. The Teleworking and Flexibility Charter vindicates the need to bet on the future by changing the tools and legislation of the past and an increase in the number of teleworkers in our country, taking advantage of the digital and favorable environment that we are experiencing.
120 companies, such as Serikat, Banco Santander, BBVA, Calidad Pascual, Campofrío, Enagas, Ecoembes, Ifema, ICO, Línea Directa Aseguradora, Mutua Madrileña, Mutualia, Naturgy, Reale Seguros, Repsol or Telefónica have committed to the need to extend a culture of flexibility and teleworking to promote a more advanced society in line with new times; with rigor and continuous improvement through external verification of compliance with the charter and with recognition through a seal that verifies the commitment and plans put in place.
Serikat has the EFR Certificate, or Conciliation Management Model, promoted by the Másfamilia Foundation, and endorsed by the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare, which recognizes those organizations that are involved in the generation of a new culture. of work, implementing a management model that allows a balance between work and personal life, based on flexibility, respect and mutual commitment.
The Másfamilia Foundation’s efr Certification has been recognized by the United Nations as a “Good practice” for promoting work-life balance management policies within companies.