Working from home can be boring especially in the cramped apartment, which is why Lenovo has announced the launch of a new enterprise that will allow employees to work from one of the most remote locations on Earth. The company’s new work for Humankind enterprise will allows volunteers all around the world to take part in the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. To make a long-lasting difference at the time of working remotely from the Island 400 miles off the coast of mainland Chile.
At Robinson Crusoe Island, the work for humankind will be held and which is one of the most ecologically rich places on the planet. At this time the Island has been facing several issues. Issues include access to education, healthcare, and the impact of habitat humiliation and invasive species. The government and the international non-profit Island discussion begins, and the number of community drive projects over the last decade to mark these issues.
The humankind working initiative will send select volunteers with a range of skills, backgrounds, specialties and to help support the local community to prevent the extinction of endangered species. While being able to continue working their current jobs remotely. The Lenovo company CEO and the vice president explained that: It is due to the life-changing nature of the pandemic and society increased focus on sustainability and the people recognizing the weight of doing good and technology role in enabling that.
So it is said that companies like Lenovo can and are a more powerful catalyst for the change, that’s why the company is launching work for humankind and to draw attention to the importance of our individual well being as well as that of communities.