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HAND UP: Bernd Fitzenberger says a flexible workplace approach helped Germany out of its post-reunification hole. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Solid foundations built on flexible base

There is another road from the heavily politicised and extremely adversarial nature of our industrial relations environment.

There's no doubt the world would be a very different place if society had access to a reset button that could wipe the slate clean and help us start anew.

The idea is that by removing all the vested interests, taking what we’ve learned from the past and agreeing on a new way, we create a new and more harmonious beginning.

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