Flexible Work Arrangements: Page 4
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.
Big cities are alluring, but many startups find favorable trade-offs in smaller communities.
Use these three tools to help your business retain its millennial workforce.
The myths behind why companies refuse to loosen the reins for employees' work schedules are being busted, and employees are ready for this productive change.
Location is the most important factor to ensure your work time is productive and fun
How can employers ensure that flexibility won't torpedo their companies' productivity?
An event planning firm is making it possible for its female employees to stay home if they need to during their periods.
Working remotely is not for everyone, and therefore, before making the decision of leaving the office environment for good, make sure to ask yourself if you are okay with not being in a social setting, such as the office.
Showing your team how much you appreciate them is remarkably inexpensive.
Take time to recharge, and that doesn't mean your cell phone and laptop.
Flexible hours may be the key to boosting morale and productivity during the summer, or all year long.
Here's everything you need to know to survive working from home.
Companies need to seriously consider formalized flexible-work options.