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Flexible work hours allow employees to balance their time, freeing them up to focus on work while at work and other responsibilities outside the office.
Flexible schedules are becoming an increasingly popular – and important – offering. And it serves every demographic in your workforce.
Even though employees are stressed at work, they’re opting not to use their vacation days, which is resulting in employee burnout and lower productivity.
For working parents, no matter how old their children are, there’s bound to be something that’s weighing on their minds or schedules — and you can help.
Life isn’t something your employees can simply turn off once they get to the office. Bringing the “whole self” to work can benefit everyone involved.
What started as an eight-hour workday has since transformed. Employers who focus on flexible hours will win out in terms of employee engagement & retention.
While multitasking might seem like a good idea, research has shown that it actually decreases productivity, and our brains simply aren’t built for it.
Employee burnout is contagious – and it’s not something you want going around your workplace. Unlike a split-second light bulb burnout, employee burnout is a more gradual process that builds over time. And it doesn’t just wreak havoc on an employee’s work, productivity, and wellbeing – it affects the overall workplace, too. Luckily, there are telltale signs that you, as the employer, can keep an eye out for and things you can do to reignite the fire. Who’s burning out? In short: almost everyone – 98% to be exact – and workplace stress is especially taking a toll on working…
Employers who make exercise a possibility at work are prioritizing employee wellbeing – and it’s resulting in healthy, productive employees.