Interview with Xavier Ros, VP Human Resources, SEAT: "Wellness is the excellence of health. We want not only physical wellness, but also mental wellness because we want our workers to be happy."
Against the stunning backdrop of the skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty, New Yorkers this month enjoyed a privileged preview of the motorsport of tomorrow when Formula E came to town.
With air quality in cities deteriorating over recent years, sustainable mobility solutions are coming into focus. We are at the outset of an eco-cars era.
SEAT teams up with Harvard University to research the benefits for occupational health of the celebrated Mediterranean diet.
At a time of unprecedented changes to the nature of work, some of the world’s largest businesses are putting the physical and mental health of their employees at the heart of their reinvention for the future.
Just as the steam engine has come to symbolize the industrial revolution of the 19th century, perhaps no single object represents the democratic, consumer-centered economies of the 20th century better than the mass-produced automobile.
Interview with Patricia Such, Head of Health & Safety, SEAT: "The challenge in Europe now is the aging working population. We have to help prepare our workers to be as healthy as they are now in ten years time so that they are able to continue working."
"I thought that a green motor sport could have a great impact on technology and, at the end of the day, on people’s lives. That's why, for me, it made sense to create this."
Carla Gohin, Head of Innovation, PSA Group: "Today, more than 90 percent of accidents are due to human failure. Implementing these new autonomous functions will lead to improved safety on the roads."
Such has been the success of the business model that BlaBlaCar has become one of the fastest growing transport companies in Europe.