Flexibility in the Workplace

| August 1, 2016

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The influx of technology in our lives has created a 24/7 society, where people are communicating, accessing their information, and completing tasks with a few clicks, touches, and swipes on portable devices. This convenience has extended to workplaces, allowing companies to do business wherever, whenever. Because of this, workplace flexibility – such as telecommuting and alternative scheduling – is on the rise.

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