A new study collects best practices and invites HR experts to share insights. In order to develop novel benchmarks for compensation strategies and evaluate their effectiveness, researchers Prof. Dr. Sydnee Caldwell (UC Berkeley) and Ingrid Hägele (UC Berkeley and ifo Institute) are conducting a unique survey in collaboration with the ifo Institute in Munich. Thousands of HR and compensation experts in Germany are invited to share their insights in the 15-minute online survey.
PPA invites you to participate in a new study. Researchers Prof. Dr. Anastasia Danilov (Humboldt-Universität in Berlin) and Dr. Marina Chugunova (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition) study the adoption of digital HR-tools in German companies. Their new survey is designed to document users' experiences and expectations, as well as to shed light on prospects of new HR tools. We would greatly appreciate if you take time to answer the survey: https://crctrr190.fr
We start 2021 by introducing a new format! In PPA videos, leading professionals from various industries and top researchers in the field of Personnel Economics share their insights about the emerging issues in HR. The first PPA video reflects on one of the widely discussed HR topics in 2020: Work from home. Work from home has been on the minds of many for long, even before the pandemic. However, the share of employees working from home had remained low. The pandemic served
In a recent study, the researchers Marvin Deversi, Florian Englmaier, and Andreas Roider evaluate the home office experience of employees in two surveys with Dax30 companies. They find that although employees have the support they need to work productively from home, work satisfaction and perceived productivity during the crisis have fallen. While there exists an overall preference for a future extension of working from home among employees, some of them fear a deterioration
The Coronavirus crisis has induced many firms to expand the home office solutions for their employees and to switch to digital collaboration tools. A new study presents the latest insights on the spread and acceptance of digitalization in Germany. As the efforts to limit the number of new infections require social distancing and the shutdown of many aspects of regular social and business life, digitalization has gained increasing importance. Video conferences and digital coll
For a long Easter weekend, we selected several academic papers and podcasts, which provide evidence on the evolution of work practices and discuss how the COVID-19 may influence the future of work. Home Office during the Corona pandemic: Unused potential for many jobs in Germany Researchers from ZEW Mannheim and the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) analyse data from the Linked Personnel Panel surveys, which target private sector companies with at least 50 employees. Th
In this post, we will collect the relevant resources, which offer useful tips on how to facilitate remote work and manage teams. This post will be regularly updated. Have you spotted an interesting article? Let us know in the comments. General The Harvard Business Review has unlocked its special coverage on coronavirus for free. Checkout the most popular articles related to HR. 👉8 Questions employers should ask about coronavirus 👉Lead your business through the coronavirus c