Many companies support their employees / Randstad-ifo study

Eschborn (ots) – The effects of the war in Ukraine are hitting the economy, companies and workers hard. A recent Randstad study shows how companies mitigate the consequences for their employees. Fuel vouchers, bonus payments and more work from home: German companies are using various means to support their workforce in the crisis. This can … Read more

Consequences of inflation: Many companies support their employees / …

24/07/2022 – 10:30 am Randstad Germany GmbH & Co. KG Esborn The effects of the war in Ukraine are hitting the economy, companies and workers hard. A recent Randstad study shows how companies mitigate the consequences for their employees. Fuel vouchers, bonus payments and more work from home: German companies are using various means to … Read more

Digitization is progressing slowly

Logistics software at Bosch Digitization is a problem: many companies do not have high-speed internet in their premises. (Photo: Bosch) Berlin According to its own estimates, the German economy is making little progress in its digitization. This is the result of a current survey by the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), which is … Read more

Ecological, economic, social: These companies are clearly on the way to …

18/07/2022 – 09:30 IMWF Institute for Management and Economic Research GmbH Hamburg (ots) Social listening study: AI identifies German companies with best sustainability reputations Making purchasing decisions depends solely on price and quality – for German consumers, those days are long gone. They also look below the surface, above all expect environmentally friendly manufacturing, decent … Read more

These industries will be hit the hardest

Berlin Currently, 60 percent less natural gas flows from Russia to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 Baltic Sea pipeline. If there is a complete shutdown, it would not only hit the chemical and steel industries hard. As a study by the Leibniz Center for European Economic Research (ZEW) and market researchers from Calculus Consult, … Read more

Study: Food retailers in Germany are not innovative enough

06.07.2022 – 10:00 Kearney dusseldorf (ots) International competition and technology companies threaten the stable food trade. High costs, low margins, little innovation: “Already low-margin food retailing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland is poorly placed in international innovation competition,” says Dr. Mirko Warschun, retail specialist and partner at international management consultancy Kearney. “Retailers can do almost … Read more

Bitkom study: craft businesses are significantly more digital

Bitkom study: craft businesses are significantly more digital Straight to the point Photo: Tyler Olson – stock.adobe.com Digitization in skilled trades: 42 percent of companies now use video conferencing for external communication. Study by ZDH and Bitkom July 5, 2022 From social media to video telephony: A current study shows that crafts have become much … Read more

Where the future opportunities lie for energy companies

Dusseldorf Sustainable energy supply is rapidly gaining importance for European companies. The market for energy solutions is expected to quadruple by 2035. This is the result of a previously unpublished study by strategy consultancy PwC Strategy&, which is available exclusively to Handelsblatt. According to the forecast, the market value for business-to-business (B2B) energy solutions will … Read more

Every seventh member of the board of directors in the top 200 companies are women

Berlin The members of the company’s board of directors in Germany have become more women – even if the legal minimum for women comes into force only in August of this year. In the fourth quarter of last year, there were 139 female executives in the 200 highest-selling companies – 38 more than last year, … Read more

The occupancy of hotels exceeded the level of 2019 »news | trace

Hotel bookings are at pre-pandemic 2019 booking levels from March this year, according to Amadeus’s Demand360® business intelligence data. April 2022 was the first month that exceeded the occupancy levels of 2019 and May saw the increase Occupancy continues at a new high of 63% compared to 60% in May 2019. Top countries like the … Read more