The business case for work flexibility is strong, and includes increased productivity, cost savings, improved employee wellbeing, higher morale, access to a wider talent pool, better retention, and disaster preparedness. Flexibility is great for employees, but employers should take note: it’s also a strategic business imperative.
Emma Plumb, director of 1MFWF, recently spoke at Stanford about work flexibility and the diversity problem in Silicon Valley.
In this video, Ray Baumruk, employee research leader at Aon Hewitt, highlights for Bloomberg BNA what employers need to know about workplace flexibility.
Sophie Wade is the Founder and Workforce Innovation Specialist at Flexcel Network and the author of Embracing Progress. Next Steps for the Future of Work.
In this video, the American Psychological Association Center for Organizational Excellence outlines the many reasons for companies to embrace work flex.
When it comes to generational conflict in the workplace, there may be at least one thing that can help all generations find common ground: flexibility.
Having more women in the U.S. labor force boosts the economy and improves working conditions for all, according to Federal Reserve Chair Janet L. Yellen.