There are a few prejudices that are seemingly inseparable from the term “job sharing.” For one, many people still think that job sharing is simply part time with a new, nicer name. Additionally, this model is consistently assumed to be much more expensive and, above all, more time-consuming than “normal” jobs. It’s high time to show that these prejudices are just that, and demonstrate the added value that job sharers bring to business.
https://www.tandemploy.com/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2017/12/201705typewriter-801921_1920.jpg394700Alicia Metzhttps://www.tandemploy.com/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/03/Logo-Tandemploy-Distance-Corona-300x65.pngAlicia Metz2017-05-18 17:56:432018-10-17 11:10:08Changemaker – Job Sharing for Self-Management and Cultural Change
The practical implementations and effectiveness of the concept of job sharing remain under-researched. The benefits are intuitive and emotionally understandable – but tangible evidence and numbers lag behind. Tandemploy would like to change that by exploring the pitfalls, advantages, cultural conditions, and much more using diverse, collaborative research.
A recent collaboration with the Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen and the University of Hamburg has just brought to light some amazing things. Three different types of job sharers were identified whose “career concepts” do not have much in common with our previous understandings. It has become clear that commitment is the new diligence!
https://www.tandemploy.com/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2018/01/201703fleiss.jpg393700Alicia Metzhttps://www.tandemploy.com/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/03/Logo-Tandemploy-Distance-Corona-300x65.pngAlicia Metz2017-03-10 17:56:452019-02-25 15:10:48Commitment is the new diligence!