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Workplace Flexibility in the 21st Century: Meeting the Needs of the Changing Workforce Survey Report
 

   8/3/2009

Changes all around us, including economic factors, are forcing organizations to re-evaluate the way they do business and develop alternative approaches to work. Findings from this research report reveal that the reasons that prompted organizations to offer flexible work arrangements (FWAs) range from requests from employees to organizational reasons and technological advances in teleworking.

Part-time schedules are the most prevalent FWA with six out of 10 (58%) organizations offering this arrangement to their employees. Large-staff-sized organizations (63%) were more likely than small-staff-sized organizations (45%) to formally offer part-time schedules.

  

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