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About Mom Corps Launched in 2005 by Allison O'Kelly, a CPA, Harvard MBA and working mother, Mom Corps matches leading companies with high-caliber professionals looking for alternative work arrangements.
Supervisors often have the final say on whether or not an employees' request to work a given alternative work arrangement will be approved (that is, act as a gatekeeper).
In the unlikely event that a compromise is reached and the UK Government agree to the opt out being removed there is certain to be a phase-in period of at least three years in order to allow employers and employees to make alternative work arrangements.
For example, worker ability and employment in an alternative work arrangement might be negatively correlated.
Are you able to offer alternative work arrangements such as job sharing, telecommuting, or flextime?
Wesselkamper says it's wise for companies to communicate their formal plans to manage through any business interruption--including alternative work arrangements and reimbursement for preventive and onset treatment--to the entire workforce, particularly associates responsible for deployment.
Alternative work arrangements do not relieve employers of legal obligations applicable to regular, full-time employees.
University at Albany, State University of New York, on alternative work arrangements for more information.