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By Gessie Thompson|2017-04-26T06:26:30+00:00April 26th, 2017|Categories: Flexibility Stories|Tags: flexibility story, health, pregnancy, work and family|
A regular “9 to 5” would not have been able to accommodate the demands fibroids and infertility made on my body and time.
By Jennifer Parris|2017-04-24T07:10:55+00:00April 24th, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: 21st Century Workforce, future of work, work life|
How exactly the modern workplace shapes up (and whether companies and workers will embrace all the changes) still remains to be seen.
By Emily Seamone|2017-04-21T09:38:41+00:00April 21st, 2017|Categories: Requesting Flexibility|Tags: job search|
Today it is easier than ever to find what once seemed to be a pipe dream: a position that has flexibility built into the role.
What if you could tailor your job to fit your work/life needs? You may be surprised to find that to make your job more flexible, you just have to ask.
Here are six skills to develop now that should help you prove you're ready for flexibility when your time to ask arrives.
Several employers are embracing the positive impacts of work flexibility and opening up their doors to happier, more loyal, more productive employees.
At BambooHR, not only are our employees thankful and appreciative for the flexibility given them, but they attribute a large portion of their success to it.
Andrew Cuneo, Corporate Communications Senior Manager at Polycom, discusses the company’s contributions to flex and the impact flex will have on its future.
I found my passion for teaching people how to lead virtual power teams years ago when I was leading a team spread across 20 countries in Europe.
Here are a few things that make remote workers feel forgotten, and what both their managers and their coworkers can do to alleviate those problems.
A strong communication plan can help leaders set expectations and successfully orchestrate a diverse group of distributed employees.