Having a flexible approach to work – do the benefits outweigh challenges?

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A flexible approach to work is now commonplace in many workplaces, not just for the chosen lucky few, but for all. A vast majority of roles can now be worked flex. But many organisations and leaders still struggle to normalise flexible work fearing that too much flexibility will lead to lost productivity and chaos in their teams. How can the benefits of flexible work outweigh the challenges, here’s how we’re making it work at Parents At Work.  

We’re a small business, there’s less than 10 of us supporting thousands of busy working parents everyday. If one person is sick, on leave or not working on a particular given day, like any small team, we feel it.  However, it’s our flexible attitude to work that’s allowed us and the business to thrive.  We’ve built and fostered a culture that means our flexible approach to work actually helps our business to grow and be agile to change. And boy are we uber productive. Every member of the team has their own way of working it.

For more, read the full article here: https://parentsandcarersatwork.com/having-a-flexible-approach-to-work-do-the-benefits-outweigh-challenges/