Employee Wellbeing 2: Work Flexibility
About the course
Remote work is becoming more and more popular over the years. The flexibility that comes with it has shown benefits for both the organisation and its employees. Yet, in order for a work flexibility programme to be effective, it is crucial for the leadership of an organisation to make the right arrangements for their remote employees so as to increase their productivity and enhance their engagement with the organisation. In this module we will focus on work flexibility and how to achieve it.
Contents - Topics
Introduction: What is Work Flexibility?
Workplace flexibility means providing the conditions for employees to be productive no matter the place or the time. Through implementing different types of work flexibility, an organisation can acknowledge its employees individual needs while it also sets the right conditions for better work-life balance promoting its employees' well-being.
Lesson 1: Advantages and Disadvantages of Work Flexibility
Flexible work comes with benefits and drawbacks for both employees and organisations, like greater work-life balance and enhanced productivity. On the other hand, work flexibility can often be met with challenges concerning the overall employee's experience and connection with the company.
Lesson 2: How to Achieve Flexible Working Conditions
In order to achieve flexibility in work, leaders can utilise new technological tools, make flexible arrangements or even have conversations with employees in order to define flexibility and come into agreement about flexible work conditions.
Lesson 3: Case Studies
Though the case studies that are presented, you will be able to see the benefits of work flexibility for your organisation.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Define "flexibility" in work environments and the types of flexible work.
Acknowledge the benefits of work flexibility.
Organise an effective implementation of workplace flexibility.
This course is addressed to
Talent Recruiters and Trainers
HR Departments' Employees