The COVID-19 pandemic, and the way we’ve responded, has affected lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses around the world. It’s been a crisis of uncertainty and many unanswered questions. But also one of solidarity, disruption, opportunity and the chance to reflect on what matters most. As we emerge from the acute phase of this unprecedented crisis, our journey towards a new normal begins. How we deal with the situation will determine the direction it takes. Regular, honest and open dialog needs to be our key companion on this journey. By sharing various perspectives, ideas, realities and lessons learned, we can guide each other.
How do thought leaders and decision makers deal with the new normal?
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Here you’ll find the most relevant insights to help you navigate through the COVID-19 crisis – and beyond:
22 September 2020
COVID-19 | Changes regarding short-time work and further labor law related measures
Due to the increasing number of COVID-19 infections and their consequences for the economy, tighter measures have been (re-)implemented and various support measures have been extended recently.
3 August 2020
COVID-19 | Valuation Market Essentials Switzerland Q2 2020: Update on COVID-19 market impact
How to deal with corporate valuation in times of uncertainty caused by COVID-19, while the global pandemic and related investor behavior and government stimulus continues to affect the key parameters used in valuations? After a first quarter in 2020 with a strong negative impact of COVID-19 on the markets, the second quarter presents itself in a slightly new light.
30 July 2020
COVID-19 | Reimagining your cross-border workforce
In light of the recent announcements that the amicable international tax and social security agreements between Switzerland and its neighboring countries will cease on 31st October (Italy) and 31st December (France and Germany), it is important for companies to manage bringing their workforce back in a safe and compliant manner, but also reflect on their strategy for flexible cross-border working in the future.
15 April 2020
COVID-19 | Mobility and Workforce Management
The rapidly escalating challenges from the COVID-19 global outbreak presents critical workforce issues for organisations to assess and address as fast as possible.
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