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Employment of Foreigners during the Pandemic: 19 Most Frequently Asked Questions

Employment of Foreigners during the Pandemic: 19 Most Frequently Asked Questions The current situation and crisis measures taken by the government fundamentally influence, among other things, the employment of foreigners. Employers and employees are thus faced with many new questions: How will they be affected by the closure of borders? How will immigration permits be submitted and approved? And how will the measures influence business trips? We have summed up the 19 most frequently asked questions and answers related to this topic that have appeared in our special webcast. 

23. 3. 2020

The coronavirus will test how ready we are for flexibility of work in practice. How to replace client meetings in person?

The coronavirus is spreading across the world and governments are introducing measures intended to minimise the risk of infection and prevent further spread of the virus. However, these measures naturally affect our daily activities, including our professional lives. Along with quarantine ordered as part of prevention, the impossibility of personal contact with clients or business partners, cancellations of seminars or other events, the topic of flexibility of work and use of technology for team and client communication takes centre stage. So what should we do to make sure that home office works well? How can technology help us communicate with clients? And how to ensure that companies can still perform their activities, albeit in a restricted regime? 

11. 3. 2020

Czech Health Care is Boarding onto the Digital Age, the Ministry Is Planning an eHealth Act

In its strategy for the coming decade, the Ministry of Health focuses on the digitalisation of the industry. In 2030, every citizen should have their electronic health record. What other steps does digitalisation include? What exactly will digitalisation in practice bring to patients, professional medical staff and insurance companies? The Deputy Minister of Health, Filip Vrubel, introduced the concept of digital future, or eHealth, on a conference organised by Deloitte. 

29. 1. 2020

AI, digitalisation, regulation. The Deloitte conference addressed the future of health care and life sciences

Digitalisation of health care and life sciences is one of the most important topics in all developed countries, including the Czech Republic. However, how exactly will the digitalisation of the Czech health care industry be carried out? How will legislation handle all the unavoidable innovations and changes? All the current issues were discussed at our traditional conference focused on the future of the health care and pharmaceutical industries. 

29. 1. 2020

What is the Green Deal all about?

Launching the Green Deal, a new strategy for green growth, on 11 December, the European Commission made a powerful move to voice out its ambition for establishing Europe as the first net-zero greenhouse gas emissions continent and climate neutral economy by 2050. The newly adopted communication of the College of EU Commissioners sets out a roadmap with a sequence of measures and policies that should “enable European citizens and businesses to benefit from the sustainable green transition.“ 

20. 12. 2019

Czech Christmas in America

It was a six-hour drive from Philadelphia to a small village in Massachusetts to visit Grandma and Grandfather for Christmas. During the journey, Count Henry Francis Kolowrat would sit with a dog named Red in his lap, who would try to attack every toll collector in their blue uniforms at every toll gate on the highway. Christmas Eve dinner for 23 adults and children, each year followed the same script and those funny stories are not forgotten. These are Henry Kolowrat's memories of Czech Christmas in America, where he was also born. How does a nobleman find himself in Deloitte? And how does he remember his grandfather? 

13. 12. 2019

Enterprises and crisis management: How to efficiently avoid problems and reduce any potential losses?

Effective management and overcoming sudden crises is one of the principal tasks of each management team. It is a far from a simple mission– there are usually numerous important factors and consequently every minute and every step are often important. How to effectively deal with crisis situations? How to get ready for them? We focused on these and other questions during another one of our seminars at Deloitte Academy. 

12. 12. 2019

How to make the most of work meetings? Set expectations, rules and roles of individuals

Meeting. Status. A principal business instrument on how to move swiftly forward, agree, and allocate tasks in a clear, organised and effective manner. At first glance, the easiest thing which often results in a struggle of ideas, space for definition of positions, and game establishing who is the smarter one. The result is a non-effective ritual which wastes time, sources and brings more complications than steps forward. What is the main reason? 

26. 11. 2019