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Work options include a phased retirement program, compressed work schedule, flextime and telecommuting.
Flexible working arrangements, including staggered working hours, compressed work schedules or telecommuting, are becoming more widely available -- but there is much room for improvement everywhere.
Mercer reports an expected one in four employers will offer telecommuting or a compressed work schedule to employees for the first time in the next six months.
See The Federal Employees Flexible and Compressed Work Schedules Act of 1978: An Overview of the Experimental Program for Federal Agencies (Washington, U.
Compressed work schedules are available for those who would prefer to work longer days and shorter weeks.
After implementing compressed work schedules for a number of employees on my team, we reduced sick days and overtime while improving our lab performance metrics," says Ellen Dukette, Director of Quality Operations at Wyeth Consumer Healthcare's facility in Richmond, Va.
Parks, forced out as police chief by Hahn, has complained about the rising level of homicides in his South Los Angeles district and linked it to the compressed work schedule Hahn approved for police officers.
Among the benefits being offered that are helping workers: telecommuting (8 percent), subsidized public transportation (four percent), compressed work schedule (four percent); and organizing/supporting carpools (three percent).