Numerous studies prove that flexible work offers the potential for productivity gains and greater levels of employee engagement which both boost a company’s bottom line while also offering benefits to the wider economy.
For flexible working to work though, it requires flexible mindsets and flexible work styles. It is about people working in ways that allow them to achieve their best and for employers to reap the rewards. Making the most of employees means supporting innovative and diverse work arrangements - from the night owl starting and finishing late, job-sharing and part-time work, to name a few.
Over the past 50 years, there have been significant changes in technology, our family structures, communication, recreation, entertainment and job roles - and this is going to continue to rapidly evolve. With flexible working not so much a fad or emerging trend anymore read on to explore the different forms flexibility can take, and learn how to make flexible working right for your organisation and for your people.
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