2 edition of Flexibility at work in Europe found in the catalog.
Flexibility at work in Europe
|Statement||[prepared by] Sue Hutchinson and Chris Brewster.|
|Series||IPD Research Series|
|Contributions||Hutchinson, Sue., Brewster, Chris., Institute of Personnel and Development., European Association for Personnel Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
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Flexibility at Work brings clarity to this misunderstood subject. It will show you how to obtain the business benefits of flexibility through an approach which addresses the needs of both employer and employee. Peter Reilly breaks down flexibility into five different types, . After decades of guidebooks, newspaper articles, and television shows, Rick Steves, the foremost authority on European travel, has created “For the Love of Europe,” a collection of essays.
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Flexible Working in Europe Chris Brewster Lesley Mayne Olga Tregaskis This research paper analyzes and reports upon the current practice of flexible working amongst organi- zations in Europe: focussing on current developments in the use, by employing organizations, of part- time workers and a range of contractual variations (temporary work; fixed-term contracts etc).Cited by: Annotation "Flexible working enables your business to respond cost effectively to peaks and troughs in demand and helps you to attract and retain the best staff.
When it works it can make your organisation more efficient and make your employees happier and more loyal." "Unfortunately, introducing a flexible working system can be extremely difficult; rumours spread, line managers object, some 5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Flexibility at work in Europe: strategies and practice: a report prepared for the European Association for Personnel Management. [Sue Hutchinson; Chris Brewster; European Association of Personnel Management.]. work and family In Europe, on average 3 out of 4 employees have some work-schedule flexibility, and this concerns 9 in 10 employees in the Netherlands and Nordic countries.
Working parents find that flexible workplace measures improve their work-life Size: 1MB. Driven by both legislation and evolving employer attitudes, flexible working has come a long way over the past decade.
Not only do employees now have rights to request flexible working, but employers have also become increasingly aware of the business benefits conferred by an openness to flexible working. Workplace flexibility is a strategy that emphasizes being able and willing to adapt to changing circumstances when it comes to how work gets done.
Workplace flexibility meets the needs of both the business and its workers. Workplace flexibility can enhance work-life balance for employees, leading to greater satisfaction and retention. In Europe in particular, the telecommuting numbers are lower, with less than 10 percent working from home; however, you might be surprised at what other nations around the world have embraced work-at-home jobs.
Flexibility in workplace takes a variety of forms. This book focuses on numerical, functional and working time flexibility issues in workplaces with specific emphasis on the effects of such flexibility strategies on workers, the work environment and trade unions.
The Europe List; workplace flexibility involves more than simply letting employees work from home. Flexibility refers to employees genuinely being able to pick when and where they work.
PISSARIDES on the same theme as the congress: “Flexibility and the future of work in Europe” (topic that could have been enlarged by linking flexibility and the future of Europe altogether since one could believe Europe has to reengineer and free, untangle itself).
Workforce Planning And Employment: Workplace Flexibility Words | 5 Pages. Merlene Samuels Workforce Planning and Employment December, 15 Topic: Workplace Flexibility Introduction: Workplace Flexibility will provide information of the variations in work schedules arrangements for employees, such as Breaks/Lunches, Episodic time off, Short and Long term time taken from work.
Flexibility in Work Scheduling: A provision for any work schedule other than the standard work schedule. This includes flextime (only focus on the hours worked not when worked), compressed workweeks (working full time in less than 5-day.
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In the first health-related. Recent research suggests that a.m. is the most productive hour of the day. Your typical over-achiever gets up around this hour, tackles a few personal things and gets cranking on work.
“There is a real change in the definition of what work means, and companies are really having to look at how to integrate more flexibility into the workplace. Job seekers are demanding it.”. I also work on increasing flexibility because it has greatly reduced my stress and tension levels.
At one time I was getting a lot of "knots" in the muscles of my back which I attributed to excess and prolonged stress in my life. In addition to stress stabilizing techniques like deep breathing, I started flexibility training which I did In the work environment, flexibility means affording employees the opportunity to make their own choices as to when, where, and how they engage in work related projects and tasks.
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Posted Like a workout at the gym, there’s a right way and a wrong way to build flexibility, and a careful plan is always the right way. By Simon T. Bailey – Contributing Writer.
Flexibility is a conscious choice, a powerful skill, and a valuable approach to the ever-changing, always-evolving world we live in. We can be firm in our convictions, passionate about our beliefs, and clear about our intentions, and at the same time be flexible enough to make significant changes and be open to new ideas along the way.Advantages.
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However, if you work your way through the resources in the side bar, you will have a pretty good foundation. Below that are the 3 books I would recommend: Stretching Scientifically, Relax into Stretch, and Stretching & Flexibility (in that order).