To flex or not to flex

To flex or not to flex
Working from home is one of the most common flexible working arrangements. (Image: Getty)
Bronwyn Heenan
Flexible working, or the ability to work from home, is rapidly becoming an issue for employers and employees alike. Flexibility can create great outcomes for teams and businesses because it leads to happier, more productive, more engaged people, and an agile workplace; but it needs to be operating successfully to be effective.  Employees want more flexibility and the opportunity to work from home more often, meanwhile, employers want employees working in the office, and certainly for there to be more days in the office than not.Workin...

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