Telecommuting is one of the most popular flexible work arrangements around currently. It is a working arrangement which allows an individual to work outside the traditional workplace or office (Working remotely from home, coffee shops, etc.). There could be many
As with anything there are challenges when implementing/practicing flexible work arrangements. It is only through understanding and preparing for these challenges can one make flexible work arrangements a success. Challenges are faced by both individuals and organizations.
A couple of posts back I recommended that Flexible Working is for everyone. Now I’m saying that Flexible Working isn’t for all. NO I’m not confused 🙂 The reality is that flexible working options are not suitable for just anyone,
For me personally, I ventured into Flexible Working as a solution for making it work between my family and my career. But we need to get out of the misconception of linking work flexibility with working parents. In today’s world,
So what made Flexible Working so popular and so transformative over the last decade or so. It’s simply because, both individuals and organizations have realized the true value this practice brings to the table. It’s a widely accepted Win-Win solution.
So what are these flexible working arrangements that are out there? I have done quite a bit of online research on this and also have practiced a few myself over the last couple of years; so here I will provide
In present day, amongst my family, friends and colleagues; specially due to scarcity of reliable external help (which was plentiful during previous generations) we find that most career mothers (and even many fathers) are always caught up between their family
It all began in 2011. Before that for almost 10 years I was on a professional career roller coaster ride. Life then was all about ‘Work’. Long work days, never ending projects and tight deadlines were the norm. All of