Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Privilege to Work from Home

Allowing employees to flexibly organize their work and their work time is usually regarded as part of the holy grail to motivate employees, to grant them some degree of autonomy, to allow them a certain level of work-life balance (strange … Continue reading

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Working less and being more productive!?

“British people work some of the longest hours in Europe, but are among the least productive. Now some companies are shortening the working week to increase efficiency, health and happiness”, writes theguardian.com. Look what they think could be a solution … Continue reading

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