Germany: Hewlett Packard Enterprise on the road to 100% mobile working

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is an American multinational IT enterprise based in Houston, Texas that specializes in data servers, data storage and consulting, and it has decided to shift up a gear and move into the teleworking and mobile working space, globally. In line with different countries’ domestic timetables and legal frameworks, HPE's subsidiaries have begun organizing themselves to allow almost all of their employees to transition to mobile working, if they want. Office spaces are being reconfigured, resized (downsized), and repurposed to become meetings and presentation spaces. To learn more about this shift, Planet Labor interviewed Ernst Reichart, HR Director of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Germany.

Through . Published on 20 July 2021 à 13h32 - Update on 22 September 2021 à 15h54

The pandemic has showed the potential of mobile work. “100 percent mobile working” sounds pretty revolutionary, “but the reality is less radical than that,” smiled Ernst Reichart, who has been managing human resources at the HPE German subsidiary (i.e. not the computer manufacturer HP) for nearly 30 years. HPE’s headquarters are in the Böblingen suburb of Stuttgart, which is probably one of Germany highest density locations for the IT, automotive, and machine tools businesses.…

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