The world of work is starting to experience uncertainty and strain that result from global economic and financial crises.

Which is a challenge for both employees and managers. The following are essential concepts to understand and consider in this scenario:

  • Principle: The importance of health should be addressed in all aspects of everyday work life.
  • Prerequisites: Diverse learning strategies tailored and adapted to further behavioural development, including those for employees, can be seen as an example.
  • Improved communication skills from expanding various exchanges and communication networks foster creative freedom.
  • Successful security and active involvement are made available for workers due to increased productivity and the creation of exciting fields of work through automation and technological advancement.
  • Targeted use of digital tools increases the likelihood of expanding employees’ horizons.
  • Creating new fields of work and expertise includes a look back into history.
  • Flexible knowledge management is vital.
  • A vegan-oriented agricultural system, for example, entails different production and research fields, much higher output and less production footprint.
  • Forest areas are necessary for local recreation destinations, as are initiatives that promote interest in indoor and outdoor gardening as a hobby – which can open professional opportunities.
  • Improve the design framework for companies.
  • The implementation of incentives in the tax domain, without distinctions between two and three class levels. The choice of location should only depend on tax optimisation in exceptional cases.
  • Efficient knowledge transfer is part of knowledge management since well-prepared content can be understood and applied more quickly.
  • Transparency and availability of options in the knowledge domain are the core functions of digitalisation and reorganisation in education.
  • Acceleration and simultaneous deceleration are not a contradiction in terms.
  • One can fail and still be successful. One learns from mistakes.
  • The terms hybrid work, cooperation, collaborations, joint ventures and partnerships are not profanities.
  • Work does not exclude knowledge and culture – including various diet preferences and personal interests.
  • Issues of demographics and age, as well as essential livelihood stability, are concerns that belong to the areas of innovation.
  • Attention must be given to these questions: Is a lot of living space for one person still appropriate? What does meaningful, exciting and healthy living mean today?
  • Is part-time work (80-100% of employment) advantageous for companies and the economy? In principle, is it possible to attain flexible management systems through digitalisation?
  • It is essential to enable legal certainty in digitalisation for party diversity and various viewpoints within a democracy. Diversity promotes prosperity.

    1 Response to "People-oriented Flexibility in Everyday Work Life"

    • Fynn_könik

      I agree with the principle that the author is discussing here,
      “The importance of health should be addressed in all aspects of everyday work life.”

      Health, both mental and physical, are priceless. With today’s economic crisis, health is irreplaceable and must be given HIGH priority by companies and business owners.

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