There are many different types of work and many different types of workers, so it’s no wonder that the one-size-fits-all, nine-to-five paradigm of working is the least popular it’s ever been. Flexible work arrangements—be they offsite, different hours, or longer hours worked on fewer days—gives employers and workers new options for how work gets done. This audiobook summary of Flexible Working by Gemma Dale offers a practical guide to organizing work outside the standard nine-to-five. This helpful handbook explores the diverse array of working arrangements possible in the contemporary world and shows how they benefit workers and employers alike.
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