Through We.Work.New. T-Systems has harnessed the opportunity presented by the COVID-19 pandemic to change and create a new world of work and way of working. The new hybrid working concept is called “activity-based working.” The principle behind this: what you do defines where and how you do it. It’s about consciously deciding as a team which activity takes place in which setting. In the course of this shift to a new way of working, office environments have likewise seen change. Offices are becoming places of face-to-face interaction and creativity. Inspiring project and collaboration spaces invite people to cooperate with one another.
Cutting edge hardware and software and the introduction of new tools for international collaboration provide the finishing touches to the New Work transformation. Both customers and employees are enthusiastic about this.
The concept and implementation of We.Work.New. is impressive: With “We.Work.New.” T-Systems came second place at the German Human Resources Management Awards 2021 (Deutscher Personalwirtschaftspreis – DPP). More than 70 companies applied for the award. T-Systems’ “We.Work.New.” concept secured it a place among the finalists in the “Leadership” category.
Everyone is talking about hybrid working models right now. Following the crisis, many companies want to put in place a system for their employees that offers a mixture of office-based and remote working. T-Systems has developed an innovative concept for the future of work, involving all employees via crowdsourcing. T-Systems has targeted its activity-based working on the most important job profiles.
We.Work.New. has earned us a place among this year’s DPP HR Innovators in the field of New Work. We have taken important steps to define what the working style of the future should look like. With a holistic concept, the involvement of all employees and a courageous approach to change, we have already achieved a lot. This is only possible through teamwork!