3 edition of Corporate flexibility found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-265).
|LC Classifications||HD58.8 .H49 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||96080379|
Workplace Flexibility brings together sixteen essays authored by leading experts in economics, demography, political science, law, sociology, anthropology, and management. Collectively, they make the case for workplace flexibility, as well as examine existing business practices and public policy regarding flexibility in the United States. The Corporate Intrapreneur Approach: In the corporate intrapreneur approach, top management encourages individuals and teams to develop and champion proposals for new product lines and new business ventures. The idea is to unleash the talents and energies of promising corporate intrapreneurs, letting them try out business ideas and.
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Small businesses can actually be at an advantage in this regard compared to major enterprises, where embedded systems and processes, multiple layers of decision-makers and broader, slower feedback loops can hinder corporate flexibility.
Workplace flexibility is a strategy that emphasizes being able and willing to adapt to changing circumstances when it comes to how work gets done. Workplace flexibility meets the needs of both the business and its workers.
Workplace flexibility can enhance work-life balance for employees, leading to greater satisfaction and retention. Flexibility in workplace takes a variety of forms. This book focuses on numerical, functional and working time flexibility issues in workplaces with specific emphasis on the effects of such flexibility strategies on workers, the work environment and trade unions.
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Flexibility aspects of the capital structure decision are very similar to risk problems and are analyzed in the same way. In contrast with a risk problem, a flexibility crisis is one of the large number of improbable but possible events that threaten the basic earning power of the business.
These are events with which the firm and its management have little historic experience and therefore. Flexibility is an important component of a successful company culture because: 1.
It builds trust. Flexible work demands trust. Not only from employee to employer but vice versa. While this might seem insignificant, it isn’t.
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Flexibility in the workplace is not an entirely new concept. Many small businesses that are family owned and/or are small in terms of total number of employees have a culture of intimacy and.
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Expanding access to workplace flexibility is a priority that is critical to helping working families and driving employee engagement. It can also help mitigate the war for talent. As an HR professional, you are in the perfect position at the perfect time to make a difference in both your company and in the country.