Flexible Work Arrangements: Step-by-Step Guidance
Flexible work programs are work arrangements wherein employees are given greater scheduling freedom in how they fulfill the obligations of their positions. Flexible work arrangements are more than a trend – they’re a cost-efficient way of keeping a business running. Employers who offer flexible work arrangements benefit by experiencing lower operating costs, less employee turnover, higher employee satisfaction, and greater hiring flexibility. Additionally, studies show that employees who participate in flex work arrangements report higher levels of job satisfaction and reduced levels of psychological stress than employees at companies who do not offer flex work arrangements.
Workplaces today offer a wide range of flexible work arrangements. What arrangements are provided and how they are defined can vary widely. Before an organization decides to make flexible work a part of their company’s culture, they must ensure they put programs and policies in place to ensure the organization will enjoy the benefits while avoiding the most common pitfalls commonly associated with flexible workplaces.
Please join Diane Dee as she discusses the benefits of workplace flexibility, addresses myths about flexible work arrangements, identifies the various types of flex programs, and arms participants with the tools they need to establish and effectively manage workplace flexibility.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Defining flex work arrangements
- Advantages & disadvantages of flex work programs
- Myths surrounding flex arrangements
- Managers & supervisors: Managing flex workers
- Understanding the various types of flex work arrangements
- Allowing for standard work schedules
- Potential legal pitfalls to avoid
- Developing a flex work policy
- Instituting a flexible work environment
- Starting with a pilot program
- Implementation challenges
- Measuring the effectiveness of flex work arrangements
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