Telework, Compressed Work Week and Flextime Consulting
If you can't change how your employees get to work, change when and where they work.
More employers today are looking at telework, compressed work weeks and flextime as part of a larger business strategy that can yield facility cost savings, improved employee engagement, increased productivity and morale, and enhanced retention and recruitment.
These strategies can also save money on facilities costs and help with business continuity challenges like bad weather and construction delays. For example, the snow and ice storm in January 2011 cost the region more than $300 million in lost productivity as schools and businesses were closed for up to 5 days.
Get assistance from nationally-acclaimed consultants have worked with hundreds of Georgia employers on these programs. They can help your organization through the process of creating, implementing and enhancing the following programs:
Telework is a business strategy that improves employee productivity by allowing workers to skip the stressful, time-consuming commute. It also helps leverage cost savings and improve worker morale. Check out the recap of the fourth-annual Georgia Telework Week, which took place August 19-23, 2013.
Your employees work the same number of hours, but in fewer days. Common formats include working 40 hours in four days instead of five. Or 80 hours in nine days instead of 10. Compressed work weeks have been shown to lower facilities costs and extend customer service hours.
Help employees avoid peak rush hour by allowing them flexibility in when their work day begins and ends.
Take advantage of expertise and one-on-one services – available at no cost to Georgia employers – to start telework, compressed work week and flextime programs. Contact us to learn more.