The health crisis we are currently undergoing is prompting businesses to take often unprecedented decisions in terms of work organization. We can also expect economic activity to be severely impacted. Given the circumstances, our priority is to support our members by accessing resources and information that will enable you to best cope with this situation. To this end, our journalists located in the different countries across the globe will be paying particularly close attention to the initiatives by public authorities and social partners that will be directed at managing this unprecedented crisis and mitigating its impacts. To facilitate your access to this information, we have set up a dedicated file that you can find (here), which will be updated each time we add fresh updates. We will also be looking at how companies are adapting to this new situation, and because we must keep an eye towards the future, we will seek to decipher how this crisis will change the way we all work going forward. Of course, because not everything can revolve around the coronavirus, we will continue our regular monitoring of significant changes in the world of work. In these times of social distancing, we invite you to stay in touch with us virtually by emailing us your questions, ideas and suggestions, and to tell us how your business and work is changing to meet the challenges of the coronavirus, via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input is important to help us focus on what matters most to you, and should you need more specific information or research, our analysts in our Research department are also at your disposal and can be reached at the same address. We thank you for your continued support and loyalty. The Planet Labor team.
European and international social monitoring – more essential than ever
Planet Labor, 17 March 2020, n°11727 - www.planetlabor.com