Authors

Roos Seesing

Counsel

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Dr. Klara Pototzky

Senior Associate

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Sandra Popp

Senior Associate

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Laura Berdugo-Donnersberg

Senior Associate

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Zeinab Harb

Associate

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Bart Hunnekens

Partner

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Authors

Roos Seesing

Counsel

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Dr. Klara Pototzky

Senior Associate

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Sandra Popp

Senior Associate

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Laura Berdugo-Donnersberg

Senior Associate

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Zeinab Harb

Associate

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Bart Hunnekens

Partner

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30 November 2022

Work from anywhere - Insights into the new way of working after the Covid-19 lockdowns

  • In-depth analysis

In September 2022, Taylor Wessing’s international Employment, Pensions & Mobility team conducted a survey about “the new way of working” as a result of the Covid-19 measures. Over 100 respondents gave us insights into topics such as the major shifts in work place, the impact on organisation culture and productivity and the main challenges employees face. The data we gathered came from over 10 different jurisdictions, of which Germany, The Netherlands and France were the top contributors. Tech, manufacturing and retail were the largest sectors to contribute.

We are delighted to present you the results of our survey in this leaflet and hope it will give you inspiration to establish the way of working that suits your business best.

Download the full report here

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