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  • Industry Innovation
  • Hagen Bierstedt
The future world of work and its challenges for employers

The future world of work and its challenges for employers

The world of work is currently undergoing a process of fundamental change. A new generation of highly qualified, highly motivated “digital natives” is streaming out of universities and entering the labour market, bringing with it a completely different set of perspectives as to what work means. Employers are therefore encouraged to consider adopting new strategies in the competition to attract these highly qualified employees, and this development is likely in turn to change the demands placed on future employees.

  • Career Advice
  • Theresa Heinig
Modern Education - digital revolution in the educational sector

Modern Education - digital revolution in the educational sector

Digitisation will also transform teaching methods and subject matters. In order to make knowledge transfer lively and interesting, educational offers must cooperate with the future technology and new skills have to be brought into focus!

  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Modern Recycling: Decisive for E-Mobility ©Daimler

Modern Recycling: Decisive for E-Mobility

Reducing emissions, climate protection and conserving resources are on the agenda and have given an unexpected boost to developments in e-mobility. Recycling will play a key role for the construction materials of the batteries required for this purpose.

  • expertise4innovations
  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Honeycomb - Copied from Nature © Wolfram Schroll

Honeycomb - Copied from Nature

Achieving maximum benefit with the lowest-possible mass - a technological challenge which is becoming increasingly important with the discussion about resource conservation.