Ever heard the phrases “employee-friendly,” “family-friendly” or “work-life balanced” when referring to a workplace? If you have, it’s likely the company is known for its flexible work environment, which means this company encourages varied work schedule or location, a reduced schedule or the ability for an employee to take time out of a career path without penalty. This is a newer concept for businesses, but could prove to be beneficial for those who are willing to think outside of the 9-to-5 box. Below, find our compilation of research regarding flexible work environments.
Flexible Work In Whose Best Interest: A business case analysis on Flexible Work.
Statutory Route to Workplace Flexibility: This report highlights methods to adopt work place flexibility, and the benefits of such practices.