Tuesday 5 March, 2013
'Finding a way to offer greater flexibility in the workplace is a great way to keep and retain top talent as work-life balance' writes Nina Hendy in today's SMH. For businesses that can't offer the big promotions, work hour flexibility and time off are becoming some of the key tools in catering to the modern workforce. The research has even found that employees will turn down higher paying jobs to retain flexibility. As Nina correctly remarks, happy workers are productive workers, so flexible workplace arrangements are a positive step. Of course, many companies rightly fear that loosening the reins will result in slacking off. OneShift is catering to the flexible job market, and with over 85,000 users on our website it's evident that there is no shortage of willing workers.