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.
Flexible work is for everyone. That’s right, flexible work really is for everyone, regardless of parental status, gender, or reason. LinkedIn’s 2019 “Global Talent Trends” report reveals a 78% increase in job posts that mention work flexibility in just two years. This is just one of the findings that have led the career social networking [...]