Do you prefer to have all your employees sat at their desks where you can micro-manage them or are you a macro-manager with a more relaxed management style?
If your company remains committed to employees working at their desk, you could be missing out on several business benefits of allowing a more flexible approach. It’s no longer the case that every employee needs to be in the office to be productive. In many cases, managers are actively encouraging their employees to take advantage of flexible working opportunities.
A recent study indicated that 81% of employees look for flexible working options before joining a company, 65% of employers stated that people are more loyal if allowed to work flexibly and 58% of parents would choose flexible working in place of a 5% pay rise. Despite this though, only 13% of Australian employers have in place strategies and frameworks to actually implement flexible working.
With so much happening understanding how flexible working fits into your business, the ROI of flexibility, and the opportunities and challenges posed of transforming workplace culture and habits can prove tough. To help, the Flexible Working 2019 team has compiled leading case studies from Telco, Vodafone and from transport provider, Transdev to give you a better understanding of flexible working in action and help you secure buy-in for transformation through an exploration of opportunities and benefits gained.
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