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By Greg Kratz|2017-02-16T09:21:46+00:00February 16th, 2017|Categories: Business Case, Part time|Tags: benefits of flexibility, diversity, part time, productivity|
We take a look at some of the perceptions surrounding part-time workers, and dispel a few myths while we're at it.
By Iolanthe Culjak|2017-02-14T10:55:49+00:00February 14th, 2017|Categories: Remote Work|Tags: health, office design, remote work|
Working remotely can be an ergonomic and injury prevention challenge both for remote workers and employers with a remote workforce.
By Karen Kelly|2017-02-07T10:59:33+00:00February 9th, 2017|Categories: Implementing Flexibility|Tags: collaboration, leadership, remote work, virtual team|
A strong communication plan can help leaders set expectations and successfully orchestrate a diverse group of distributed employees.
To help you decide which type of work flexibility is right for you, here is a rundown of the most common options and ideas on who might want to pursue them.
Here are a few steps to follow as you prepare to ask for flexibility at work.
Wondering how to request flex from your employer? Find out how to ask for and achieve the flexibility you need from experts Jessica DeGroot and Paul Rupert.
The brain works better, delivering more creative and innovative thoughts and ideas, when it has downtime. In other words, the brain needs work flexibility.
Ian Reynolds is Director of WorkLife and Community Programs in the Office of Work, Life and Engagement at Johns Hopkins.
Learn about how to use flexibility strategically from business leaders and flexibility experts Delta Emerson, Sara Sutton Fell, and Ken Stern.
Your first step towards successful work flex is to make sure you have the necessary technology and tools.