The employees of three Group companies are moving into a new building this year: in Italy, Poland and Mexico. The companies are already making preparations for the issue that is making waves among many architects all over the world: What will the office of tomorrow look like?

Our Group CEO, Torsten Leue, talks about how the pandemic is affecting Talanx, what impact the coronavirus is having on Group strategy and the consequences of the “New Normal” for the world of work.

Everything’s running smoothly! This is the conclusion many have been drawing after seven months of the pandemic where the majority of people have been carrying out mobile working on every working day. Things are only partly okay, warned leadership expert Wolfgang Jenewein in an audio interview with The Difference.

The colleagues of the newly constituted “Operations” section at HDI Systeme AG had only just got to know each other. Then the coronavirus came along – and suddenly everyone was confined to mobile working. Nevertheless, Hanna Beyer has formed her team into a dedicated crew. How has she achieved that?

The coronavirus has turned working life upside down across the world. And the experts believe that there will be long-term consequences. But what does the roadmap to the new world of work look like? The Difference asked this question: In Poland, Germany, Brazil and Turkey.

Changing jobs during the coronavirus pandemic – that means: application interviews with videoconferencing and learning the ropes from your home office. Does this really work?

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