Bachelor of Arts
Project Coordinator (Advisor 1)
It is very difficult to create a flexible workplace. Flexible in that employees can have flexible work hours, work part-time, job share, or work out of the home. Because many components of flexibility are introduced as employee accommodations, rather than as management supported, they are rarely thought of as a larger plan. Too often managers view them as being of little benefit, and employees wonder whether requesting a nonstandard work arrangement will have a negative effect on their career. This kind of mindset must change if flexibility in the workplace is to become a reality. This project will address these issues and help point out some of the alternatives of flexibility to Investment Advisers, Inc.
Recommended CitationChromey, K. (1997). Flexibility in the Workplace (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_csal/114
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