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Tackling the evolution of the workplace post-COVID: challenges for employers

Few can deny the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had and is having on the way people work since the global escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020

As many countries around the world experience a reduction in COVID-19 infections and attempt to reopen their economies, companies both large and small are faced with the daunting challenges of conducting business in a post-pandemic world.

Although these challenges vary from country to country, COVID-19 has changed the way we work and do business. The only questions are: will the pandemic's impact be permanent and if so what will be the long-term fallout? Will remote working, widely employed during restrictions, become the norm in the future? Or will employees gradually return to onsite offices, factories and warehouses? A team of employment-law experts attempt to answer these questions in this publication. Discover all available formats below.

Article

Daniela Krömer
We have seen massive changes take place over the last months and they affect all areas of work.
Daniela Krömer

Managing the challenges of the post COVID workplace

Podcast

Listen to a podcast based on a recent webinar conducted by the CMS Employment Group – and featuring speakers Jeremias Adams-Prassl, a law professor at Oxford University; Alison Woods, co-Head of Employment Law with CMS UK; and Daniela Krömer, an employment-law expert with CMS Austria. The podcast attempts to answer these questions by exploring how the modern workplace could look in the post-COVID-19 world. 

Language: English  

Speakers: Jeremias Adams-Prassl, Alison Woods and Daniela Krömer

Webinar recording

Tackling the evolution of the workplace post-COVID: challenges for employers

Inequality, home working and monitoring… what is the long-term fallout of the pandemic?

Expertise

Authors

Alison Woods
Alison Woods
Partner
Co-Head of Employment
Aberdeen
Daniela Krömer
Daniela Krömer
Attorney-at-Law for Labour Law and EU Law
Vienna