The corona crisis will change the working environment forever—that is what the re:work channel is all about: How have institutions and businesses rapidly digitized themselves, maybe even changed their production and turned the crisis into an opportunity? What are the different challenges that freelancers, but also the industry, are facing?
Björn Böhning, State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, discusses the rules and effects of remote work with sociologist Jutta Allmendinger. Taking BSR as an example we show how companies can use new digital channels to keep their employees up to date in times of crises. The Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) poses the question of systemically relevant professions: They are crisis-proof, but how can they receive the necessary appreciation? In addition, rbb director Patricia Schlesinger will provide an insight into the important work done by editorial teams under exceptional conditions.
Katharina Krentz and Stefan Lapenat explain how to become a home office hero, Ansgar Oberholz looks ahead to the future of coworking and we look back on the #WirVsVirus Hackathon of the German government. Which experiences will remain for a new, different, digital working environment?
The re:work channel is moderated by channel host Cathy Narriman.
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