4 edition of Workplace flexibility found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-50).
|LC Classifications||HD5109 .W67 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||2008275049|
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Deloitte has literally written the book on workplace flexibility, with the best selling Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace to Today’s Nontraditional Workforce and the recently released The Corporate Lattice: Achieving High.
Flexibility has become an increasingly valuable skill in modern workplaces where unpredictability and change is often constant.
When you are flexible, you are able to deal with unexpected challenges quickly, calmly and efficiently. But flexibility isn't just about reacting to situations as and when they arise. Workplace Flexibility Summary Work team goal statement Workplace flexibility (scheduling, telecommuting, working arrangements) has the potential to provide employees with the ability to succeed at work while fulfilling personal needs such as family obligations or educational pursuits.
o Marriott Corporation case study that describes a successful workplace flexibility pilot The Alternative Workplace: Changing Where and How People Work, Mahlon Apgar, Harvard Business Review, May-June,Reprint The Making of a Corporate Athlete, Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz, Harvard Business Review, JanuaryReprint RH.
Flexibility in the Workplace: Determinants and Consequences of available globally to all those interested in flexibility issues in workplaces. Our book, as a The emphasis on the effects of flexibility in workplaces on individual workers continues with the next two chapters. In his article, in Chapter 5, M.
van Velzen provides a File Size: KB. Flexibility thus remains a topic of discourse in workplace design and might be reconsidered more wholistically in order to satisfy the demand for it. From program to urban design to the construct of work itself, flexibility can be enacted at different scales to support employee health and wellbeing, productivity, and the bottom line.
Workplace flexibility, work-family conflict, and time famine have taken the spotlight in recent years as politicians from all sides of the political spectrum have pointed to the need for increasing workplace flexibility.
Kathleen Christensen, co-editor of the the book Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th-Century Jobs for a 21st-Century Workforce, talked about workplace flexibility and the.
Workplace flexibility is more important to employees than employers think. 50% of employers ranked workplace flexibility as the most important benefit they believe their employees desire, compared to 75% of employees (and 74% of those unemployed) who ranked it as their top benefit.
Employees, job seekers and HR professionals agree that paid and. Any successful workplace flexibility program has to be a “win–win” proposition for both employees and employers.
The book comprises 16 essays written by experts in disciplines ranging from anthropology and sociology to economics and demography. The essays make the case that greater workplace flexibility will benefit today’s diverse. Workplace flexibility is a Universal Strategy that can meet the needs of employers and their employees, which includes when, where, and how work is done.
Essentially, flexibility enables both individual and business needs to be met through making changes to the time (when), location (where), and manner (how) in which an employee works.
workplace flexibility The Sloan Center on Aging & Work defines workplace flexibility to mean that employees and their supervisors have some choice and control over when, where, how work gets done, and what work tasks are assumed by which employees/work teams.
There are many different types of flexibility. For this purposes of this report, we have. Workplace Flexibility: A Strategic Business Approach for an Inclusive Workplace Workplace flexibility is becoming an increasingly useful approach to assist businesses in managing productivity by applying variable options for when, where, and how work gets done.
Also called flexible work arrangements, workplace flexibility strategies offer File Size: KB. Background. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is the only federal law governing leave in the workplace.
Beyond the FMLA, many employers voluntarily offer generous paid-leave programs to help employees fulfill their work and personal responsibilities, offering flexibility to both employees and employers. Flexibility in the workplace allows employers and employees to make arrangements about working conditions that suit them.
This helps employees maintain a work / life balance and can help employers improve the productivity and efficiency of their business. As long as employees are still receiving their minimum entitlements, employers and. Workplace flexibility policies and programs help meet employees’ need to maintain work/life balance in day-to-day activities.
Flexibilities in work schedules, work locations, and other non-traditional working arrangements have the potential to help employees succeed at work while also fulfilling personal needs such as family obligations or educational pursuits.
Companies use workplace flexibility to addresses a variety of needs, according to a December report titled Workplace Flexibility: Employers Respond to the Changing Workforce, published by the Author: Pamela Babcock. The National Workplace Flexibility Study provides insights for business leaders into what they can do to improve team engagement and performance in their companies.
: Work, Family, and Workplace Flexibility (The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Series) (): Christensen, Kathleen E., Schneider, Barbara L.: BooksAuthor: Kathleen E.
Christensen. | e-book | Drive success for your business and IT with workplace flexibility 3 Go to Table of Contents Introduction Meeting the changing needs, preferences, and expectations of the workforce is a constant theme in today’s IT organizations.
To attract in-demand talent, you have to give people the work experience. Workplace flexibility: Realigning 20th-century jobs for a 21st-century workforce. Ithaca, NY: Cornell Univ.
Press. E-mail Citation» This is an edited book with contributions by leading scholars from diverse fields (economics, demography, political science, law, sociology, anthropology, and management) who make the case for workplace flexibility.
Workplace Flexibility brings together sixteen essays authored by leading experts in economics, demography, political science, law, sociology, anthropology, and management.
Collectively, they make the case for workplace flexibility, as well as examine existing business practices and public policy regarding flexibility in the United States Cited by: • A large majority of U.S.
employees (87 percent) report that workplace flexibility would be "extremely" or "very" important in deciding whether to take a. Workplace of the Future: Creating an Elastic Workplace Some flexibility is better than none.
Workplace flex-ibility can take many forms, and it’s up to leaders to select a menu of options that fit tionsthe needs of the business and its people. learningA study showed that U.S. employers are providing their employees with more options to. Workplace Flexibility Research. Workplace Flexibility: Integrating Employer and Employee Perspectives to Close the Research– Practice Implementation Gap () Ellen Ernst Kossek and Rebecca J.
Thompson The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family. Beyond Work-Life “Integration” () Joan C. Williams, Jennifer L. Berdahl, and Joseph A. VandelloFile Size: 92KB. The Architectural Design Program at Stanford University, the School of Architecture at Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design, and architecture firm WRNS Studio have published a new book, Workplace + Public Realm, suggesting that the built environment is poised for a transformational shift as work and public life book reflects the findings.
workplace flexibility is used to recruit more women into leadership positions. In Detroit, Mich., and Aurora, Colo., workplace flexibility is one way to respond to changing economic conditions. And in Houston, Texas, and long Island, N.y., workplace flexibility is seen as a way to reduce traffic congestion.
All of these. Workplace Flexibility brings together sixteen essays by leading experts in economics, demography, political science, law, sociology, anthropology, and management to make the case for workplace flexibility in business and public policy. Workplace Flexibility brings together sixteen essays authored by leading experts in economics, demography, political science, law, sociology, anthropology, and management.
Collectively, they make the case for workplace flexibility, as well as examine existing business practices and public policy regarding flexibility in the United States.
Workplace flexibility, work-family conflict, and time famine have taken the spotlight in recent years as politicians from all sides of the political spectrum have pointed to the need for increasing workplace flexibility. In today's economy and work environment, what does workplace flexibility mean; how does it affect different groups of people; and is it important to national.
Workplace Flexibility. 68 likes. Employers and employees who believe that workplace flexibility can improve lives, support business objectives and strengthen the ers: Workplace flexibility An example of such flexibility is allowing employees to give input when creating schedules and allotting shifts.
Other examples include making exceptions for unforeseen family circumstances and personal needs, or allowing employees to do part of their work at home. Ma Presidential Remarks on Workplace Flexibility.
President Obama spoke during the closing session of a White House forum on workplace flexibility. 15 Workplace Flexibility In Novemberthen–Vice President Joe Biden wrote the following memo: To My Wonderful Staff, I would like to take a moment and make something clear to - Selection from The Big Book of HR, Revised and Updated Edition [Book].
Workplace Flexibility underscores the need to realign the structure of work in time and place with the needs of the changing ering the positive and negative consequences for employer and employee alike, the authors argue that, although there is not an easy solution to creating and implementing flexibility practices—in the.