Creative work schedules help you and your employer reduce—or even eliminate— commuting time. If managed carefully, they also increase productivity. Here are some types of creative work schedules:
Telework (also called Telecommuting)
Work from home or some other remote site.
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Creative Work Scheduling
Employees work fewer but longer days. This option is generally quite popular with employees. For more information: http://workoptions.com/flexsucc-cww.htm
Employees are allowed some flexibility in their daily work schedules. Oftentimes, a half hour or even 15 minutes flexibility in start and finish times is enough to allow employees to explore Smart Trips options. For more information: http://stats.bls.gov/news.release/flex.nr0.htm
Shifts are staggered to reduce the number of employees arriving and leaving a work site at one time. This can help relieve traffic congestion and reduce stress. For more information: http://stats.bls.gov/news.release/flex.nr0.htm