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A Review Of Flexible Work Place Practice Options For The New Office<br />By: Mohamad Kalache<br />
Flexible Working Hours<br />Flexible working hours allow employees to work an agreed number of hours spread over a set per...
Part-Time Work<br />Part-time work is where employees work fewer hours than full-time employees <br />This allows the empl...
Part-Time Work (cont...)<br />This also Increases retention of experienced and skilled employees <br />An example of Part-...
Job Sharing<br />Job sharing is an arrangement in which one full-time job is shared between two employees, each working pa...
Working From Home<br />Working from home is the practice of employees working at home rather than at the employer’s normal...
Working From Home (cont...)<br />For example home-based work may be a regular arrangement, where employees work some or al...
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  1. 1. A Review Of Flexible Work Place Practice Options For The New Office<br />By: Mohamad Kalache<br />
  2. 2. Flexible Working Hours<br />Flexible working hours allow employees to work an agreed number of hours spread over a set period of time to manage their work/non-work commitments <br />An example of this would be working longer hours in exchange for working fewer days<br />
  3. 3. Part-Time Work<br />Part-time work is where employees work fewer hours than full-time employees <br />This allows the employer to arrange jobs according to demands of business<br />Employees can work days that suit their individual commitments, while retaining the same benefits of full time employment but on a pro-rata basis <br />
  4. 4. Part-Time Work (cont...)<br />This also Increases retention of experienced and skilled employees <br />An example of Part-time work is a 4 day working week<br />
  5. 5. Job Sharing<br />Job sharing is an arrangement in which one full-time job is shared between two employees, each working part-time on a permanent basis. <br /><ul><li>Job sharing may be a practical way of attracting and retaining experience and skilled workers who do not wish to or cannot continue to work full-time. </li></li></ul><li>Job Sharing (cont...)<br />Allow employers to extend hours of operation without incurring overtime costs <br />It also provides flexibility in covering each job sharing partner during sick/annual leave<br />An example of job sharing is:Employee 1 working Monday, Wednesday & FridayEmployee 2 working Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday <br />
  6. 6. Working From Home<br />Working from home is the practice of employees working at home rather than at the employer’s normal place of business.<br />The terms ‘teleworking’ and ‘telecommuting’ are also sometimes used for this practice. <br />This can result in increased productivity of employees because of less time spent socialising and no office politics, greater ability to concentrate due to less noise and fewer interruptions <br />
  7. 7. Working From Home (cont...)<br />For example home-based work may be a regular arrangement, where employees work some or all of their hours at home on an ongoing basis <br />
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