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Flex Time’s New Popularity


Bosses say that flex time increases productivity.

The 2008 National Study of Employers shows that there is an increase in the use of flextime (79% of employers now allow it, as opposed to 68% in 1998).

Besides the cost savings of gasoline, employees perceive flex time or a reduced work week as a benefit – and the advantage for employers is reduced turnover.

Courtesy Christian Science Monitor & the Miami Herald.

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