The digital workplace is more than just a buzzword. When companies provide their employees with modern options for structuring their work, they attract new talents, better motivate their team and become more attractive as an employer. A decisive factor in times of the “War for talents”.
At the latest since the current debate about the "right to a home office", flexible working models have been the subject of intense debate in companies. However, many companies fear security problems and declining productivity. Practice shows, however, that home offices increase productivity and German IT companies in particular offer both uncomplicated and secure solutions.
Welcome home: Working from home has become the rule for many people for the time being. Can the network coverage stand it? How do you stay productive and separate work and leisure? And: What about your children? With this overview you will stay up to date and be optimally prepared for work in times of Covid-19 - aka Coronavirus
Working in a home office offers many freedoms - but also has many pitfalls. We have put together six helpful tips for your home office.
Life is booming! According to studies, people always want to move to the countryside. Unfortunately this is not possible with many jobs. Home office is a solution.
With the technology of the “digital workplace” and mobile devices like smartphones and laptops, digitalization allows us to access required data anywhere and at any time. At the same time, we are also available everywhere in the world 24 hours a day through email and other messaging systems. A critical look at the excesses of digitalization – including a solution!
With the technical possibilities of the Digital Workplace more and more employees benefit from home office and mobile work. This also benefits companies.
In the future, many Daimler employees in Germany will be able to decide for themselves when and where to work. This makes home office and mobile work possible.