Flexible Work Arrangement: Types & Benefits

Flexible Work Arrangement: Types & Benefits


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Frequently Asked Questions

Flexible work arrangements are employment arrangements wherein the traditional working schedules are not followed. In a flexible work arrangement, employees get the freedom of choice and leeway to set their own schedules so that their responsibilities are not hampered in any way. This helps them strike a cohesive balance between their professional and personal life.

There are multiple kinds of flexible work arrangements, some of which are:

  • Remote working
  • Part-time jobs
  • Telecommuting
  • Hybrid work week
  • Condensed work week
  • Working in shifts
  • Job sharing
  • Flexible working times/flextime

Businesses must prioritize a flexible work arrangement for a crucial reason. It allows them to find the best talent across the globe. Their operations and success will no longer be limited by geographic boundaries or any demographics. With flexible working arrangements, their employees will also be more productive, which will, in turn, enhance the organization’s productivity and growth.

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