Buchbeitrag: Remote Work Policies - Anett Hermann, Marie-Thérèse Claes, Maria Clar-Novak
Remote work is a well-known concept that experienced an enormous upswing with the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated massive digitization processes as well as the changed attitudes, desires, and motivations of employees for new work concepts and their unwillingness to return to the office. The discussion about the changed work design is diverse and often revolves around the topics of trust and control. Affected are changing leadership concepts, effects on teamwork, engagement of the employees and organizational culture as well as issues such as greater participation and inclusion of diverse workers and new Human Resource policies. We will explore the question of how remote work policies must be designed to do justice to the principles of personnel and organizational policy. Based on our study, we demonstrate that remote work brings many advantages to the organization on an individual, team, and organizational level. However, we identified the "dark side" of remote work especially for women with care responsibilities, as a negative impact on their professional activities.
Anett Hermann, Marie-Thérèse Claes, Maria Clar-Novak (2023): Remote Work Policies. In: Angela M. Even, Bryan Christiansen (Hrsg): Effective Human Resources Management in the Multigenerational Workplace. IGI-Global.