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Digital Future of Work

(April 2020) The beat goes on. The future of work has not come to an end with scrum, agile project management and masses of people working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. There is more going on and as digitization proceeds, more roads to profound change in labour organisation open up. Along that way, new employment law challenges emerge.

In our April volume, our employment law specialists focus on gamification and gaming, remote work and collaborative overload among other topics that they came across in discussions with HR professionals.

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(Working) Life’s a Game? (April 2020)

(Working) Life’s a Game? (April 2020)Credits instead of bonuses, virtual remuneration models and playful ways of performance control: Gamification is all around. For gamers, dreams might have become true. For employment lawyers, the next ...

Digital work: Working from home and on the go Protection duties of the employer (April 2020)

Digital work: Working from home and on the go Protection duties of the employer (April 2020)A look at the legal and factual implications of the ongoing digitalization of modern work It is not just since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic that working from home has been the expression on everyone’s ...

Software as a Curse or Blessing? Collaborative Overload, SaaS and Employment Law (April 2020)

Software as a Curse or Blessing? Collaborative Overload, SaaS and Employment Law (April 2020)Cloud-based “Software as a Service” (SaaS) solutions in workforce organisation are interesting for globally active companies in a wide variety of industries. As with any change in workforce organisation, ...

Industry 4.0 and digitalisation of the working world: Shaping the working world of tomorrow with the laws of yesterday (April 2020)

Industry 4.0 and digitalisation of the working world: Shaping the working world of tomorrow with the laws of yesterday (April 2020)„Industry 4.0“ is an expression for the importance of software and the Internet, which have significantly accelerated and enhanced the digitalisation of industrial processes. Based on labour ...

The right to work mobile, from home, from Bali and the café? (April 2020)

The right to work mobile, from home, from Bali and the café? (April 2020)In pre-Corona times the introduction should have been as follows: Sitting on the beach under the palm trees with your laptop on your lap while communicating with your boss via headset – which employee ...