I Ibero-American Timetables and Time Weekhttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/ibero_twitter_1.png
During the 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd of September, the First Ibero-American Week of Timetables and Time will be held with the aim of raising awareness among public institutions and political, social and economic representatives, as well as Latin American society, about how to guarantee the right to time as a citizenship right, linking it to the commitments established in the Barcelona Declaration.
Hybrid Team Leadership Conference: doing business with people working in different environments and timeshttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/0_grup_-_lau_9636_0.jpg
On May 3rd, the Hybrid Team Leadership Conference: doing business with people working in different environments and times session and the awards ceremony of the Barcelona Award to the Innovative Company in Organization and Time Uses were held.
How to develop a plan that promotes a healthier, more egalitarian and efficient organization of time in your companyhttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/destacat-guia-organitzacio-temps.png
An efficient company achieves its objectives with a competent use of the resources it has. Considering that people are the most important capital of an organization, it is essential to promote a flexible organization that takes into account the needs of the workers, without prejudices to the objectives of the company.
Barcelona Time Agreementhttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/pacte_angles_0.jpg
"A city commitment for a more healthy, egalitarian and efficient organization of time". The Barcelona Time Agreement is a city agreement that promotes performances so that people live and organize their daily life according to their needs in a collective framework of coexistence. - spanish lenguage.
Call for grantshttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/bannersubvencions555x312_en_0.jpg
Publication of the general call for grants to carry out projects, activities and district and city services for the year 2022.
On December 13, 2021, the ordinary call for the granting of grants to carry out district and city projects, activities and services for the year 2022 was published in the Official Gazette of the Province of Barcelona (BOPB)
Guide to services "Barcelona nevers stops"https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/banner_555x312_eng.jpg
‘Barcelona never stops. A practical guide to services’ has been published in response to the economic crisis caused by Covid-19. The publication contains 55 measures by the City Council relating to subsidies and initiatives to support the city’s economic, entrepreneurial and business network.
You will find information and resources about the policies developed by public administrations in different places of Catalonia, Europe and the rest of the World, publications promoted by universities and research groups, a library and video library space
Information service for the work environment and economic activity due to the Covid-19 effect (in spanish)https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/screenshot_2020-04-09_usos_del_temps_ajuntament_de_barcelona.png
You will find all the resources and aid from different institutions for the self-employed , companies, cooperatives, entities and working people to face the economic difficulties caused by COVID-19. Barcelona Activa has enabled a call center to attend and refer resources and organizations that can help you. Telephone 900 533 175 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Time Reform Pacthttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/pacte_reforma_horaria_2.jpg
Uses of Time. Álvaro Porro, new Commissioner for Social Economy, Local Development and Consum of Barcelona City Council signs the Time Reform Pact.
Economy of care and municipal policy: towards a democratization of care in the city of Barcelonahttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/tempsicures/sites/default/files/ecstudio_econokmia_de_los_cuidados.jpg
Subject: Economics of care
Authors: Sandra Ezquerra (University of Vic); Elba Mansilla (The Invisible City) and City Hall of Barcelona.
Review: Exploring the provision and reception of care in the city of Barcelona, carrying out qualitative interviews with recipients and providers of care, with the objective of formulating action recommendations to democratize it and place it at the center of political, social and economic priorities.