Most of us resent being tied to our Jobs at the expense of having a family life. We know we could do great work if we had the ability to control our schedules and be able to work our family needs into the day as well.
Work-Life Balance is fast becoming a key tool for employee retention. With an increasing number of Baby Boomers and Stay at Home Moms looking for work, offering flexibility in work schedules allows companies to hire and retain the best and the brightest.
Companies are allowing more part time job scheduling and often full time scheduling that also allows for substantial time off when needed. Flexible work can take on many forms. Options include: telecommuting from home some or all of the work week, project work, temp or seasonal work, job sharing, flexible start and end times,working from home one or more days a week, compressed work weeks, and a host of other options. The most common flex scheduling is work that accomodates doctor appointments or school visits.
With this session of Flex Hour Jobs Blog Talk Radio, we will discuss the movement toward Flexibility in the Workplace and what to consider when looking for a job that is flexible in nature.
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