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Flexible Work

Updated: Apr 18

It's been a while since we discussed flexible work arrangements. In this newsletter we are revisiting this topic and how so many people are divided and breaking down if people were actually trained to be productive in a flexible working environment.


3-IN-4 WORKERS SAY THEY HAVEN'T BEEN TRAINED

"Most employers haven’t adapted their practices to support the shift to flexible work, with 3 out of 4 workers saying their employer hasn’t provided training to handle it, according to a March 19 report by TechSmith Corp., Global Workplace Analytics and Caryatid Workplace Consultancy.


Five years ago, fewer than 5% of employees had the option to work remotely on a regular basis, according to the report; now 58% of workers have the option at least some of the time. As a result, leaders and managers need hybrid-related skills such as establishing team or meeting norms and leading a distributed workforce." Learn more


IS THERE A DIVIDE ON FLEXIBLE WORK?

"Pre-pandemic, there seemed to be less of an attitude around flexible working. I don’t just mean in the sense of attitudes being less radical. Attitudes, in general, were just less.


Working from home wasn’t the norm for most people. But then the pandemic happened. We all had to adapt. For many businesses, this meant closing down or operating a limited, restricted service. This left the vast majority of employees who weren’t key workers either on furlough or a mandatory “work from home” order. For many workplaces, this mandate stuck. Only now, it looks like a growing number of businesses are trying to unstick it." Learn more

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