Flexible Work Arrangements: Page 3
Such an atmosphere makes a prime location for small startups; IT and ITES companies and young entrepreneurs who wish to challenge the existing paradigms of the industry
If you are an extrovert who likes to be surrounded by like-minded individuals, and gather motivation from them while working in a busy environment, here's what you need to look for in your next co-working space.
With uber-cool co-working spaces, remote workers enjoy a flexi-work option, a worklife balance and do not miss their office life anymore
Flexibility is about more than being a part-time worker with the requisite drop in salary or full-time with the occasional day working from home
Temporary and fluid work arrangements cannot match the productivity of a skilled and full-time salaried employee in so many ways
You can't expect this work policy to succeed without drilling it down into your overall business goals
The trends lean towards adapting to the changes in the employee landscape and acknowledge the blurring of the lines between an employee's professional and personal lives
Gone are the days of old fashioned working environment and slow markets, it has all changed for APAC
As millennials continue to enter the job market, flexible working conditions will increase in popularity.
Servcorp, decades older than WeWork, sees a remote-work future without foosball tables and 'Hustle Harder' posters.
Used smartly, new tech can help resolve many of the same differences it's helped magnify -- including gaps in communication, skill sets and work-life balance.
Meaningful, ongoing benefits are good for employees, team culture and your bottom line.
Don't fit your employees into a box, but allow them the freedom to make their best work.
Channel their passion and desire for meaningful work into projects that give them real opportunities to gain leadership experience.