The labor market is currently undergoing significant change, not least accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Above all, digital progress and an increasingly changing understanding of the meaning and purpose of work on the part of the workforce mean that many companies (have to) break down their previous cultural and organizational structures in order to remain competitive.
The possibilities that can be considered are manifold. One can think, for example, of:
- flexible working time models
- a more flexible work location (home office / mobile working)
- confidential leave
- desk sharing
- cross-border working
- agile working
- the implementation of matrix structures and
- the use of new technologies (e.g. artificial intelligence)
We will be happy to help you find customized solutions for your company and implement them in accordance with labor law. Contact us at any time.
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Inaugural Report of Littler's Global Workplace Transformation Initiative
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Littler's Global Workplace Transformation Initiative
Our "New Work" experts operate worldwide as part of Littler and are the German arm of its Global Workplace Transformation Initiative. We offer seamless cross-border employment law advice and global legal services from a single source.