Would your business benefit from flexibility?

11/17/2013 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

Flexible working arrangements are popular with employees, but you should exercise caution when allowing staff members to work from home or to set their own schedules, Chad Brooks writes. Be clear about how the programs will be implemented and which employees will be able to take advantage of them, advises Sara Sutton Fell, CEO and founder of FlexJobs. And conduct trial runs to ensure the programs will work for your business.

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