Take the guesswork out of flex work.
Suddenly, a flex work initiative has become your top priority. Maybe you have a policy that needs to be revamped. Or, you need to formalize an informal flex culture. Or maybe you simply need to figure out whether flex can even work in your organization.
Whatever the reason, it usually means you have to get up to speed fast, make the right recommendations to your management team, line up training, and prevent flex from becoming another flavor of the month initiative that goes nowhere.
But, let’s face it, most companies don’t have big budgets (big? Try any…) to put toward this. So, you do what we all do when we need information but don’t have the budget to hire an outside consultant. Google it!
As you’ve already seen from your search, there’s a lot of free information out there that will help you build the business case—if you’re willing to wade through 100-page research reports. And you can usually drum up a policy or two, but how do you know if it’s a good policy based on best practices?
All of this uncertainty costs you time and money.
Life Meets Work is THE Online Resource for Flex
Avoid mistakes that doom even the best flexible work programs.
Organizational culture, manager concerns, and fear of change are the main reasons flex programs fail. We show you specific, tactical ways to overcome these hurdles.
Get answers to your real-world questions like:
- How can I get all of the managers in my company to support this initiative?
- Can I really change the face-time culture of my organization?
- How should I measure the success of my flex program?
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