Tag Archives: Flexible Workplace

Email Restrictions: Good Idea But Don’t Hold Your Breath America

Employers are always looking for ways to improve work-life balance for their employees. The objective, of course, is to reduce employee burnout and turnover, while increasing employee satisfaction, productivity and creativity. Some companies have gone the untraditional route, such as Daimler’s “Mail on Holiday program” which gives employees the option of automatically deleting all incoming … Continue Reading

Unlimited Vacation Time From Work: Dream, Reality or Just A Myth?

Last month, I wrote a post about one company’s new “Mail on Holiday” program where emails are automatically deleted during an employee’s vacation. What if, in combination with such a program, an employee could have unlimited vacation time? For most employees, it’s a dream. But if you work for Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, unlimited vacation … Continue Reading

Flexible Workplace: What’s In A Name?

Many companies tout themselves as a “flexible workplace.” But what exactly does that mean? Does the company permit employees to have a regular telecommuting schedule or just work from home occasionally? Does the company offer modified start and stop times or compressed workweeks? All of these options and more can be components of a flexible … Continue Reading
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