We understand that there can be a certain degree of hesitancy from employers or managers when their employees work remotely or on a flexible schedule. From a risk/reward perspective, the risks (e.g., decline in job performance, availability issues, less work focus, etc.) seem high and the rewards or benefits to the employees are obvious. But it's less clear what an employer or a manager stands to gain by allowing their employee(s) to work remotely and/or on a flexible work schedule.
While the major purpose of Blending Work and Life is to improve the health and wellbeing of workers, one of the primary goals is to help employees become more efficient and effective at their job. More specifically, Blended Working:
We offer a range of courses, workshops, and consultations designed to help employees figure out what works to help them feel better during the day, so that they can work better during the day.