Work 4.0 - The Future is now
Today, companies need increased flexibility and agility in order to remain competitive. This not only involves the flexible deployment of permanent staff in agile project structures, for example, but also the integration of external staff. Crowdworking and economy on demand are just two possible forms of employment. Numerous legal issues arise, such as the distinction between hiring out employees and bogus self-employment.
Numerous problems also arise for the company's own employees, resulting from the tension between maximum flexibility and compliance with the requirements of occupational health and safety and the Working Hours Act. Traditional remuneration systems that reward the achievement of goals on an annual basis must be replaced by more agile forms. Finally, numerous co-determination rights are also affected in the context of Work 4.0. The spectrum here ranges from transfers to operational changes in the case of extensive reorganization measures.
We advise you both on strategic issues in the context of planning measures in the world of work 4.0 and on concrete implementation at the operational level. We wrote the standard work "Rechtshandbuch Flexible Arbeit" published by Beck-Verlag.