Part-time work is thriving, as is remote work, and more and more companies are seeing the benefits of hiring professional part-time remote workers.
About 40 percent of retirees would be willing to work again if all conditions were the same as at their last job. But that willingness jumps with flex.
When companies take time to formulate a plan for part-time work, design those positions, and implement things fairly, the results can be beneficial for all.
As part of her research at the Queensland University of Technology, Natalie Smith found that there are a number of ways to better design part-time roles.
While affordable child care is one tool that could be used to address the challenges facing working parents, another is improved work flexibility.
Research from Boston Consulting Group reveals that women’s reluctance to apply for senior roles may stem from company culture more than lack of ambition.
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