Tech and Families: Becoming a parent and having a career is possible

Smart working e maternità
The age of first pregnancy has been on the rise for many years. Today, according to Eurostat, European women give birth to their first child at the age of 30.7, four years older than 30 years ago.

The main factor behind this change is that women want to progress in their careers before starting maternity. 

While technology today allows women to take on these two roles, archaic ideas deeply rooted in collective thinking continue to lead women to believe that they must choose between career and motherhood. 

Tallinn, Odessa, Trento, Lille, we went to meet the men and women who make up Wildix’s heart. They tell us how, thanks to unified communications technology, they are living their parenting and career to the fullest, shattering prejudices.

For this first part of our “Parenting with Tech” Saga, we interviewed Daria Koval, Purchasing Manager and mother of Olivia who, at the time of the interview, was 2 months old. Continue reading “Tech and Families: Becoming a parent and having a career is possible”

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A French Case Study: Carpe Diem Nursing Home

A contribution to the health sector and the Wildix solution become a fundamental part in a nursing home

Establishing a quality nursing home on all levels was the objective of Clotilde Hautrive, director of the CARPE DIEM nursing home, located in Compiègne.

From the construction of the building by Spie Batignoles group to the study of the information and telephone service needs, nothing was left to chance. This new medical structure, built in August of 2017, can accommodate 48 residents living with Alzheimer’s. These are patients who require a continuous and quality communication service, that is able to guarantee the wellness of the residents and that of the healthcare personnel. Continue reading “A French Case Study: Carpe Diem Nursing Home”

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