A recent article, What is Flexible Working? by Regus says that flexible working is a way of arranging and setting your work hours and where to work to suit your lifestyle instead of keeping it fixed. It means people can work remotely from their company’s head office or a business can have an office without the worries and distractions of having to rent, set up, staff, equip and maintain an office.
How to implement flexible working?
There are various types of flexible working, as follows:
- Job sharing
- Part-time work
- Compressed hours
- Remote working
- Flexi- time
If you’re an employer, find which options are best for specific roles within your organization and then discuss with your staff about adopting flexible working.
If you’re an employee, think of how you could do your tasks better through flexible working and then talk with your manager. If he allows remote working and you’re living in Denver, then you can work a couple of days a week in Denver Shared Office Space or Denver Flexible Office Spacefor your convenience,efficiency and productivity.
Some benefits of flexible working
- It improves employee retention.
- It reduces tardiness and absenteeism.
- Employees feel more loyal to their employers.
- It reduces stress.
- Flexible working can lessen ‘empty desk syndrome’, saving business funds.
Flexible working entails discipline and commitment. If you are ready and wish to implement flexible working, YourOffice can help you find the right workspace solution for your business needs. YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.
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