There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to work flexibility. Remote work, freelance, job sharing, part-time work, phased retirement, and flexible scheduling are all types of work flexibility, and may be combined and implemented in different ways. It’s important to find the right fit for both employer and employee, as well as for particular roles and job responsibilities and requirements.
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Job Sharing Gives Every Employee a Better Work-Life Balance, Especially Parents and the Differently Abled
Flexibility is more than just a nice perk. Here's how job sharing and work flexibility can help everyone achieve better work-life balance, especially parents and the differently abled.
A growing number of older employees, keeping a hand in the professional world, even after reaching retirement age, is appealing. Here's how flexible work is helping these older employees with phased retirement.
Despite workers being more productive in a home office and the bottom-line benefits of remote work to employers, many companies are still hesitant to embrace it. Here are seven suggestions to convince your boss to allow a work-from-home arrangement.
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While working from home can sound heavenly at first, almost every remote worker can, at some point, experience moments of isolation. Here's how to stay connected.
The history of remote work has deep roots, spanning several generations! These five fun facts about remote work might be eye-opening—and just might inspire you to look for a flexible job, too!
Of all the flexible work options out there, job sharing might be one of the least common. If you’re considering a job share as a flexible work option, these five tips can ensure success.