Working at the crossroad of social competence and information technology, we never loose track of the benefit of all involved parties – the of the company and the for its employees. Transparency and a focus on participation help us take into consideration diverse interests and to find an appropriate balance. We work hard to be perceived as a fair partner by all involved parties within a company and in the market. And we search for
Working time-projects can only sustain success if all involved parties are included and if they are approached from the perspective of someone looking to make improvements. and play key-roles for success. The process is as important as the method.
For example: employees are at work even during times when they are not needed. A new shift model changes this and employees work now when they are needed. The organization can save considerable. Even if some of the benefits go to the employees, the company still .
It is often the case that a notable improvement for one side entails only small drawbacks for the other side. In practice we therefore build packages and try to create . Even where simple cost-cutting is involved, it must be clearly stated: working time-systems are simply too complicated to be one-sidedly imposed on employees. They fail when the other side is not prepared to co-operate.