Workplace flexibility encompasses a wide variety of practices and policies that have evolved in response to the needs of both employers and employees. Employers need to maintain an effective and productive workforce, while employees need improved work-life balance.
Workplace flexibility practices generally fall into three basic categories: Flexible Work Arrangements, which encompass variations in work schedules; Time Off, which includes arrangements for periods away from work; and Career Flexibility, which addresses career development at various career stages. Innovative workplace flexibility models are emerging as employers continue to experiment with options that will address their particular work environments.
|Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs)||Time Off||Career Flex|
Flexibility & Place of Work
Results Only Work Environment (ROWE)