The post-industrial society promotes flexible work organisation Berlin – offices seem football kicker, presented with colorful office furniture in Germany already avant-garde manifestations of modern working life to count. For the publicists Markus Albers, author of morning I come later, rather are these incentives a fig leaf to trim staff efficiency. Rigid working hours and organisation methods, little has changed. Are model of the Office concept now widely used in Germany, the individual offices, in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence built the 16th century, derived from which the English word for Office: office’\”.\” Free work design is still largely absent. \”It is still the motto I’m sitting in the Office, so I work\”. At Stuart McClure you will find additional information. Whether you staring at the wall, popelt nose, counts down the minutes until the evening or annoying colleagues, does not matter.
The old structures of the industrial society work more difficult: time served, core work and excessive Overtime would apply still as evidence of real commitment. In fact, we suffer enormous economic losses due to boredom and inefficiency in the workplace. We already have a knowledge and service economy. Most of the people working in information and service occupations. Was previously the maxim works in a fixed structure, at the fixed place, and at the particular time, so new developments allow the work of the IT – and telecommunications industry with whom, where and when you want\”. We are looking for in the easy economy\”according to Markus Albers before all experts, mobile and flexible working by definition. Currently only 10 percent of workers in Germany entirely or partly from home work out according to a BITKOM poll. But 62 percent want regular work at the Home Office, 41 percent in a few days in the week and 21 percent even daily. 28 percent of surveyed workers go most every day in the Office.