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New Work

Digitalization, globalization, and the increasing use of artificial intelligence have changed working life – New Work and World of Work 4.0 are the buzzwords here. The transition to this new form of work, first discussed by social philosopher Frithjof Bergmann back in the 1970s, requires a thorough restructuring and a paradigm shift in society. Professions that were typical in the “old” world of work are made obsolete by the digital transformation, while at the same time modern technology creates room for new opportunities. This is precisely where New Work comes in: The freedom and leeway this allows makes people think about how they want to shape the future and how they want to work going forward. Innovating toward the digital future of the World of Work 4.0 ...
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Top 10 marketing skills for 2023
The rapidly evolving world of digital marketing demands special expertise from marketers if they want to stay ahead of the curve. We’ve put together a list of 10 essential skills that marketers should acquire in 2023.
Digital learning: Boosting careers through online training
Digital learning is taking the world by storm. The digitalization boost from the pandemic has played its part in this. But online training also has attractive USPs of its own. We’ll explore them in this story.
What the workspace of the future looks like
Hybrid work is here to stay. Even after the pandemic, many companies will offer home office and remote work to retain their employees. But this mix of office and home presents some challenges. How can office space be used cleverly, what makes teams come to the office, and how do you create the perfect working environment there?
Menstrual leave and gender marketing – Spain’s new draft bills
Spain has become the first European country to approve a draft law to give paid period leave to women suffering from severe menstrual pain. The proposed legislation is sparking a debate about an issue that is still being largely ignored in the global world of work.
30.05.2022
Digital vs. analog – how to make your office paperless
In spring 2022, the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds (GKV) caused a stir in Germany. When making a statement on mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, it claimed that there simply wasn’t enough paper to write to all insured persons due to a severe shortage.
DMEXCO interview: How can we overcome the shortage of skilled professionals?
We have been hearing warnings about the shortage of skilled professionals for quite a while now. Although the German government still maintains that there is no widespread lack of competent staff, many companies are struggling to find people with the skills they need.
New work: how the quest for a purpose is reshaping the world of work
In the end, it took a pandemic to turn our work habits on their head from one day to the next. However, the coronavirus outbreak merely accelerated trends that were already happening.
Employee experience 2.0: what it really comes down to
The employee experience is about one thing above all: giving colleagues positive experiences at as many touchpoints as possible along the employee journey. Our guide reveals why that’s so important and how you can achieve it.
Five effective teambuilding tips for your company
The pandemic and the shift to remote working mean that many people are struggling to feel part of a community. But choosing the right teambuilding event will soon have all your colleagues back on the same page again. We have five really useful tips to help you with this.
Setting up effective hybrid meetings – 5 tips for working in hybrid teams
Thanks to the corona pandemic, hybrid teams, teleworking and home offices will probably be the norm in the future. We have five tips so that your hybrid conferences don't turn into unstructured, chaotic events.