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Workplace flexibility: Give and take or tug of war?

The calendar may say it's still summer, but for workers the lazy, hazy, crazy vacation days are over. It's back to work - physically and mentally. So now that we are all rested and relaxed, what kind of situation are we returning to in the workplace?

Well, actually neither workers or the workplace seem to be very relaxed. While there are few signs of outrigh......

Full article >>> n reconciling individual preferences and organizational requirements for agility. The Career Innovation report suggests that companies and individuals start a dialogue focused on three key dimensions of agility:

Scalability entails the ability to change the amount of work that can be performed by varying the number of resources and time worked. Some organizations with sharp peaks i......

Full article >>> d. While many companies now offer flexible working options, few make it the norm across the organization and many miss huge opportunities for hard business benefits as a result. For instance Sun Microsystems saved $24 million in IT and power costs and $71 million on its property portfolio in one year alone through a program allowing staff to work `wherever they hap......

Full article >>> r> Let people choose where they work most productively - Today's agile workers expect flexibility of location as the norm. As one Ci Survey participant eloquently expressed it, "Get real buddy, this is 2005." By allowing people to judge the most efficient location for different types of work, they can minimize distractions and wasted commuting time. And employers can reap tens of million......

Full article >>> work-life flexibility, and to engage in a broader dialogue over the kinds of agility that will serve each side's interests. It won't be easy, but the present situation is causing unsustainable levels of burnout, turnover, and voluntary exile from the workforce. Redefining working arrangements and employment relationships around the broader dimensions of agility is a potentially more productive ro......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 09/06/06


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