Flexible Working – the argument for

Flexible Work Practices (FWPs) redefine where, when and how employees get work done. In addition, talent, jobs and the workplace become perceived in novel and unique ways. Rather than face-time or hours spent in the office, output and results become more important. In essence, therefore, productivity is of apex-importance rather than “presenteeism”. Flexible working includes … Continue reading “Flexible Working – the argument for”