Industriens Pension predicts long-term remote work

One of Denmark's largest pension companies does not see a quick return to the office on the cards. EjendomsWatch has spoken to Joan Alsing, director of insurance and COO at Industriens Pension, to hear about working conditions at the company during the corona crisis.

Joan Alsing, director of insurance and COO at Industriens Pension | Photo: PR/ Industriens Pension

How has Industriens Pension found adjusting to the corona crisis?

"It has gone very well, under the circumstances. Almost all employees are working from home, and luckily, all departments quickly got used to the new processes and were fully operational from the start. Our advisors are still responding to phone calls just as quickly, for example - but from their home offices and not from our ordinary call centers.

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