UNEATLANTICO organizes the webinar “Telecommunications policy and employment: teleworking”.

19 Apr 2024
UNEATLANTICO organizes the webinar “Telecommunications policy and employment: teleworking”.

The European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO) will organize, next April 23 at 16:00 hours (GMT+2), the webinar “Telecommunications Policy and employment: teleworking”.

The session will be given by Miguel López Coronado and is part of the Jean Monnet Chair “Telecommunications Policy in the EU and the Information Society” that the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO) holds.

Teleworking or telecommuting is a type of employed and autonomous work in which a significant part of the working time is done from a place other than the company through the use of communications and specific applications. This modality brings benefits to both the employer and the worker and also to society in the long term, contributing, among other things, to the care of the environment and family reconciliation.

The event also has the collaboration of the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana de Puerto Rico (UNIB), the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana de México (UNINI México), the Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia (UNINCOL), the Universidade Internacional do Cuanza (UNIC) and the Universidad de La Romana (UNIROMANA).

The conference is free and open to all those interested in the subject, and will be broadcast live in each country where UNEATLANTICO has a presence. Broadcasting schedules can be consulted at this link. To participate, registration is required:

Registration to the webinar “Telecommunications policy and employment: teleworking”.
If you are interested in receiving the complete training of the Chair, you will find more information at this link. Students in the program must complete practical sessions focused on gamification and mobile application design to receive their accreditation.

The objectives of the Jean Monnet Chairs, which are specialized teaching positions in European Union studies for university professors and associate professors, are to: improve the teaching of EU studies through specialized programs; conduct, monitor and supervise research on EU-related topics at all levels of education; train and mentor the next generation of teachers and researchers; and offer qualified guidance to future professionals in European affairs.


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