Tag "távmunka"

(HU) Hosszú távon velünk marad a távmunka

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Magazine: Dr László Szűcs: “Digitalisation must and can be learned”

Trade magazin’s Business Podcast, Future Talks with Szilvia Krizsó continues In the latest episode of the Future Talks podcast Dr László Szűcs, a lawyer with PwC Legal, was Szilvia Krizsó’s...

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(HU) Kutatás: Visszavetheti a dolgozók fejlődését a tartós távmunka

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EY: home office may be a challenge for most offices

Against the backdrop of mounting threat in an era of disruption, the most forward-thinking cybersecurity functions can be critical agents of change. But this will require organizations to foster new...

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Companies are in full swing to erase Fordist models

As part of a comprehensive study, specialists have created a so-called control simulator in the form of a playful psychological test, where they illustrate and analyse the effects of the...

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Adecco: These will be the new workplace standards after Covid

At the beginning of Covid, all we knew was that life at work was going to change. Now we can see how. The Adecco Group’s international pandemic research examined new...

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Most home officers want to work from home later, too

GKI Economic Research Zrt. examined the views of teleworking workers under restrictions due to the coronavirus epidemic situation on a representative sample of 1,000 people, on what form they expected...

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Magazin: Labour market 2021: The FMCG sector and retail trade became more attractive to workers

The last 15 months changed the world of labour more than the previous 10 years. From the 7,600 workers interviewed by Randstad every 8th lost their job and every 9th...

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GKI: the role of telework may reduce after the pandemic

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, teleworking has inevitably become part of everyday life, but after the pandemic, domestic companies plan to reduce teleworking, according to GKI Economic Research’s...

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GKI: home office may not stay with us pos-covid

As a result of the pandemic situation caused by the coronavirus crisis, teleworking inevitably became part of everyday life. In order to get a more complete picture of the impact...

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GKI: increased the proportion of teleworkers due to the austerity measures introduced last November

As a result of the austerity measures introduced last November, the proportion of teleworkers increased significantly to 16 percent from a few percent measured in July and September – GKI...

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Nissan’s New Pod Concept Turns Remote Working into a Dream

Remote working just became a lot cooler thanks to Nissan. The Japanese car company unveiled its NV350 van on YouTube last week, and it’s been specially refurbished to house a...

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You can also personally knock on your boss to check on telecommuting

The employer must make sure that hisemployees have the necessary conditions for teleworking, which he can even make sure of in person – the Bán és Karika Law Firm points...

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The second wave of COVID-19 can easily cause burnout

With the second wave of the pandemic, not only will the number of illnesses increase, but the mental state of office workers may also worsen. Because of the uncertainty, fear...

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The rules for teleworking have become more flexible

According to a government decree published in the Hungarian Gazette, the new rules for teleworking announced for the duration of the emergency will apply from Thursday. The decree regulates three...

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TM: telecommuting rules will be more flexible in times of emergency

Telework rules will become more flexible during emergencies, the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) told MTI on Thursday, following the publication of a government decree on telework in the...

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Digital preparedness can be a real vaccine for companies against a pandemic

The importance of automation was appreciated by the pandemic among economic operators, according to a recent Digital COVID Panorama research conducted by SAP Hungary. Firms whose growth prospects did not...

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With efficient tools for achieving sustainability

The pandemic came like an evolutionary shock to everyone, generating a crisis in demand and supply – and entailing an existential crisis as well. Hungarian FMCG companies reacted well to...

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The government is preparing to regulate telework

The government will regulate telecommuting, as it has worked for both companies and employees during the coronavirus pandemic, the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM)...

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Research: telecommuting remains with us after the easenings

Hungarian companies are cautious about reopening their offices, and most managers want to incorporate the telecommuting solutions introduced during the pandemic and proven since then, according to a recent survey...

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Mobile operators: data traffic jumped due to distance learning and teleworking

Mobile data providers in Hungary have experienced increased data traffic due to the distance education ordered from Monday and the introduction of telework in many places. Magyar Telekom told MTI...

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Labour law information for hospitality businesses

During the pandemic emergency and for a 30-day period after it ended: 1. employers can modify the work schedule any time, 2. employers can order home office or remote work...

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Hungarian companies must open up to alternative forms of employment as soon as possible

Less than 4 percent of employees in Hungary can work from home. Moreover, across Europe, there are fewer people working part-time in our country. The proportion of self-employed workers and...

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LogMeIn Hungary: We are taking our share of the fight against the coronavirus

Since its inception, LogMeIn has been working on tools to support people working regardless of location, according to the company’s press release. “We believe that in the coming years, a...

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