Let employee work schedules go with the flow

06/2/2008 | Reuters

Employers such as Best Buy have found a results-oriented work environment can help retain workers and increase productivity. In a results-oriented work environment, meetings are not mandatory, employees decide when they will work and they are judged on whether they get the job done. The book "Why Work Sucks and How To Fix It" discusses the concept.

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