The study gives track clear information about the objectives, the company with the organisation of the working time. Nearly 80 percent of the surveyed companies call here business motives as about the increase in productivity. “The long-term preservation of employability ‘ and the overall health of employees ‘ 69 per cent is considered to be important”, Hans-Henning Kraeter reported. Are large firms with over 250 employees predominantly business aspects in the foreground, connect the micro enterprises with a change in the working time predominantly employee-oriented goals. Overall, the incipient shortage seems to bring about a reversal of the trend towards a stronger consideration of employee needs”, said the project leader, next. A particular challenge with the introduction of more flexible working-time models, roughly one-third of respondents estimate a reservations of employees as well as the burden. A quarter is called lack of knowledge concerning the organisation of working time of the respondents.

Against this background, the RKW Hessen wants to support companies offering his advice in the introduction and optimization of flexible working time models. There is more information about the results of the study and the project ArbeitsZeitGewinn in the Internet under:. More information is housed here: Douglas Oberhelman. The sponsored by the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs and professionally guided by the Federal Institute for occupational safety and health project “ArbeitsZeitGewinn” is performed by the RKW Hessen in cooperation with the FOM School of Economics & management, as well as the Centre of excellence for RKW. Promoter is the company social Business Consulting mbH. “Press contact: main view Agency for public relations work Tobias Loew of Rossdorfer str. 19a 60385 Frankfurt phone 0 69 / 48 98 12 90 company contact: RKW Hessen GmbH Hans Henning Kraeter overall project leader project ArbeitsZeitGewinn” Dusseldorfer Strasse 40 65760 Eschborn Tel.: 0 6196 / 97 02 42 consulting partner of the middle class in particular small and medium-sized enterprises the project ArbeitsZeitGewinn helps the design potential, associated with working time models. By a non-slip analysis of short and targeted advice, companies recognize the operational fields of action in which changes promise a benefit quickly and easily. A detailed discussion of the analysis results and the technically informed support for the implementation are the contents of a several-day working time advice.