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    Flexibility isn’t just the latest fad, a buzzword or a ‘nice-to-have’.

    It’s crucial for companies wanting to survive in the digital age.

    Flexibility isn’t only about working ‘part-time’ or ‘remotely’.

    It’s a mind-set.

    For people, having the opportunity to work flexibly can really make a difference.

    For companies, opening their structures is the most powerful lever for true innovation and change.

    Let’s start TODAY.


    Imagine a world in which people achieve more with less (but cleverer!) work.

    In times of hot topics like ‘new work’ and the ‘future of work’, we do our best to practise what we preach within our own company. How can we otherwise be both authentic and efficient in helping and inspiring organisations to become more flexible from within?

    Tandemploy started with a strong vision: we wanted to make our small but significant contribution to turning the working world into a more flexible and life-friendly place. We wanted to foster a kind of work that really fits into life – and not the other way around!

    Our vision of the working world – this is our strong belief – is not only more humane but also renders it more productive, contributing to an economy thriving more than ever.

    This vision still guides us in everything we say and do.


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    Berlin, Germany

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    Do you know what job sharing is? Read the following story by our CEOs Anna Kaiser & Jana Tepe and comment below. Let's start a conversation on the future of work and equality! ------ "When we founded three years ago, our aim was to revolutionize the whole talent attraction process by helping people and companies to realize job-­‐sharing models. We were convinced that by offering this flexible working model, companies would be able to enlarge their target group — by no longer ignoring half of our society, i.e. all those who do not want to or simply cannot work in the classic (and totally inflexible) full-­‐time model: young parents, the elderly, people with chronic diseases, disabled people, freelancers, those doing time-­‐consuming voluntary work, students… The list is long. It turned out that we were on to something. We launched a platform to connect people interested in job sharing with suitable ‘tandem’ partners and flexible companies, and the success stories very soon started to come in."

    Berlin, Germany

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    Hmm this is a good question. I predict people will work remote more in some cases, because the world is becoming more insular in general 

  • „So, I can find exactly the area in which I like to work and can bring my strengths along as well.“ – job rotation at Tandemploy
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    „So, I can find exactly the area in which I like to work and can bring my strengths along as well.“ – job rotation at Tandemploy

    Berlin, Germany

    Berlin, Germany

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