The technology group Siemens also wants to continue after the Corona-pandemic heavily on mobile Working. A Board decision to make in the group to the international Standard, that more than half of the employees must, in future, in two to three days in the week to the office or to the plant, such as Siemens announced. "We have seen how productive and effective mobile Working can be. There have dissolved some of the prejudices in the air,“ says Jochen Wallisch, a leading Manager in the global personnel, Siemens.
A tough claim to the home office however, there are not. Both the employee and his supervisor must agree to. The Management wants to support the culture change, but. So, the designated Siemens CEO Roland Busch, which was the Basis of the model emphasizes "a further development of our corporate culture. This style of management, oriented to results, is connected, not to the presence in the office.“
Wallisch expected with keen interest: "We expect that the offer will meet wide acceptance and use," he says. "A majority of the employees, welcomes, in principle, two to three days of mobile Working week, and across all countries." 140,000 employees around the world to benefit from the decision, of which around 45,000 in Germany. Overall, the new Siemens group has reckoned without the split-off, Siemens Energy – approximately 240,000 employees.Updated Date: 16 July 2020, 02:19