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Flexible Scheduling

  • By: Lydia Aletraris & Jeremy Reynolds
  • In: Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia
  • Edited by: Vicki Smith
  • Subject:Organizational Psychology, Sociology of Work (general), Organizational Theory

When work schedules are flexible, employees can alter the time of day or the days of the week that they work. Flexible schedules are one of several workplace flexibility options that help meet the needs of a changing workforce. Many workers, ...

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