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The way we work, where we work, and how we work is changing. The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated the need for many companies to transition to a more flexible working experience. In many cases, temporary flex working policies were put in place but attention is now shifting to what this means longer-term as employers’ perspectives and employees’ expectations continue to evolve. The temporary flexible experience brought on by COVID-19 will not mirror the flexible experience of the future as businesses and schools re-open and social services return. As you begin to build a sustainable flexible working program for the future, you’ll want to consider both the needs of your employees and your company.
The Flexible Working Policy Workbook is the perfect resource to help guide your implementation of permanent flexible working programs for your employees. This helpful resource begins with an overview on organization readiness that outlines the key program decisions you’ll need to determine. Then, once strategic direction is set, you’re ready to work through four key areas of policy decisions:
Each section includes an explanation of the policy element followed by a series of questions or options to be addressed. The workbook is designed so that you can make notes and create charts directly on the page for easy reference and sharing. Thoughtful planning and adaptability will be essential to the successful implementation of your a flexible work program – get started today!
Published: November 2020
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Flexing for the Future, The New Shape of Work
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Learn the critical areas to focus on to support the needs of your employees with flexible working strategies that stay in compliance with regulations and limiting exposure to health, safety and security risks.
In the wake of school and workplace closures and family health concerns brought about by COVID-19, employers and employees have had to experiment with new ways of working flexibly. For the most part, this experiment, though forced, has been a surprising success. COVID-19 has opened employers’ eyes to their workforce’s adaptability.