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A study commissioned by ING-Diba claims that 59 percent of Germany's work force could be replaced by machines and software in the coming decades. The impact on German society is set to be radical.
A survey published on Monday shows that the car industry is the most attractive place of work for German business graduates and engineers alike.
A German company is developing a way of making work environments a little more pleasant – and productive – by infusing them with nice smells.
A survey of attitudes towards work among European Millennials shows that young people are seeking a better balance between work and leisure. Young Germans in particular want jobs that don't take over their lives.
As Germany celebrates Equal Pay Day on March 20th with demonstrations planned in Berlin, Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth Manuela Schwesig said on Friday that her proposed wage transparency law has the support of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A report released on Monday found that rapidly inflating workloads are putting employees' health at risk due to stress.