After WorkErik Gandini
Work, work, work. Our job is often crucial to our identity, and we spend more time on it than time with family or friends. In South Korea, they work so much that computers are compulsorily turned off at the end of the day so that employees can no longer work. In contrast, Kuwait's constitution states that a job is a basic right so sometimes 20 people are employed for one job. Erik Gandini, a regular guest on DOCVILLE, travels the world to examine, with a keen eye and the necessary humor, what the concept of work means today.