Providing Flexibility When Presence Is Required

Webinar replay explores how to offer on-premise employees flexibility and make it work for everyone.

Providing Flexibility When Presence is Required

Providing Flexibility When Presence Is Required explores how to offer flexibility for essential on-premise employees and make it work for everyone.

Not only has technology changed the way we work, but the recent pandemic has as well. Flexible work arrangements are not just a nice to have anymore, they are the “new normal” for many. At the same time, essential employees are often unable to work remotely. Organizations must consider balancing business continuity goals with the employee experience and well-being — for both remote and on-premise employees.

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More about this webinar replay

In this webinar replay, we discuss this new way of working and provide quantifiable benefits and practical tips on how to offer flexibility in jobs that require a physical presence, including the key components for making it work for both employees and businesses:

  • Changing employee expectations and the need for flexibility
  • The quantifiable benefits of providing flexible work arrangements
  • Practical tips for offering flexibility in jobs that require a physical presence, including:
    • Leveraging AI-enabled schedule changes, PTO, and shift swaps for improved short-term flexibility and better work-life balance
    • Providing enhanced cross-training to allow individuals to back-fill a higher percentage of jobs
    • Transforming a few positions into "rovers" or converting one full-time position into two or three part-time rover jobs to fill scheduling gaps
  • Exploring alternative work schedules that allow employees to be off work for longer periods of time

View this webinar on demand to learn how to manage your essential on-premise employees with more flexibility in today's "new normal."