As the typical office workplace has changed drastically thanks to technology, employees have been forced to change with it. We have accepted our handheld devices and laptops blurring the physical boundaries of place and time. But how does that affect our performance? And what about face time?
Organizations and individuals benefit from focusing on productivity and results, and relying on flexibility to engage talent helps them do that. Flexibility is not just about being flexible with time. It is also about being strategic, which requires employers and employees to be open and creative in questioning the process of how work should be done, and why.
Stories from around the world provide insight into the new global workforce and the flexibility needs of all. And using research from experts in the field, we bust myths and set the record straight. Lastly, we present recommendations and examples from leading organizations to help you implement flexibility within your own organization.