Rethink flexibility at your workplace
Hiring is a Herculean effort — power up your people policy by incorporating aspects of flexibility, the number one factor job seekers take into consideration for their next role.
When you first think of flexibility, it might seem like your hands are tied if you can’t offer remote work to your employees. Some roles, like front desk staff, in-home caregivers, or automotive technicians, simply cannot perform their duties away from their place of business — and that’s okay. There are other ways to incorporate flexibility to create a competitive recruitment strategy at your organization.
The definition of flexibility in the workplace is, well, flexible (pun intended). Just like there’s no right or wrong answer to hiring, there aren’t strict guidelines to dictate what type of flexibility you offer in your people policies. In fact, this gray area offers you as the employer more flexibility to pick which policies can realistically work in your company model so your employees are happy and you can continue to provide the best service possible to your customers.
In this guide, we’re going to go toe-to-toe with some of the most predominant myths surrounding flexibility in the workplace — along with showing you why and how these popular beliefs are misplaced.
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