2019

2nd Censis-Eudaimon Report on corporate welfare (Italian only)


Corporate welfare has a positive impact on the corporate climate, on the sense of belonging, involvement and identification with the company. 

In fact, a wage crisis in the broad sense of work emerges, and corporate welfare could be a potentially effective tool to contain inequalities.


1st Dossier June 2018 - Corporate welfare must start from the social needs of company workers, their relatives, and their reference communities. It must not become an indefinite benefit multiplier. Furthermore, it is not enough to increase the number and type of welfare services and benefits, if the conditions are not created for the people who need them to actually use them.

The changing dynamics of the period of emergency and uncertainty we are experiencing leads us to seek our balance. There have been changes that have forcefully and inevitably affected companies and workers, which will have to be dealt with in the near future.
Corporate welfare has experienced an acceleration aimed at improving the situation by promoting the real well-being of workers.

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In collaboration with Censis, we do research on corporate welfare to understand all its potential, combine the needs of companies and those of people to design solutions that are always at the forefront. The annual Censis-Eudaimon reports originate from these analyses.

2018

1st Censis-Eudaimon Report on corporate welfare (Italian only) 


Corporate welfare is an extraordinary opportunity for innovation and growth as it improves the climate in the organisation and increases worker satisfaction. The great potential of corporate welfare emerges for the future, but it is important to consider the services capable of giving real support to the worker and not just those considered more immediate and attractive.

2021

4th Censis-Eudaimon Report on corporate welfare (Italian only)

Between fears about the future of employment and the prospects of workers' incomes, between new ways of individual and collective work, what will be the contribution of corporate welfare after Covid-19? What will the post-pandemic future look like between smart working, relationships in companies and new skills needs?

2020

3rd Censis-Eudaimon Report on corporate welfare (Italian only)

With digitalization and the introduction of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, there is increasing fear of possible job cuts and the inevitable deterioration of the conditions of those who keep a job. 

In this context of uncertainty, corporate welfare introduces the vehicle for change: the welfare coach.


The Instant Reports and Dossiers on corporate welfare originate from the partnership with Censis, they offer in-depth analysis on specific issues that emerged during the research.

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2nd Dossier October 2018 - Few workers really know what corporate welfare is. Reduced knowledge keeps welfare utilization rates low and increases information asymmetry, which leads to new social disparities to the detriment of poorer workers. In this sense, good communication plays a fundamental role. So, the fundamental question is: is it possible a communication that makes each worker get the information that is as close as possible to his or her needs and at the moment in which they presumably need it most?

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2022

5th Censis-Eudaimon Report on corporate welfare (Italian only)


Exactly two years after the outbreak of the health emergency, the analysis of the phenomena of transformation in the world of work continues. The research tells how the pandemic has changed people's relationship with their jobs, between new insecurities and an emerging sense of dissatisfaction. Thus emerges the possible contribution of corporate welfare to project workers and companies permanently out of the emergency and attractive.