Alternate Work Schedules

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Alternate Work Schedules: Are They Worth It?
Researched and Prepared by
Katherine Carter
Strategic Human Resource Management, GB 520-05
Kaplan University
November 17, 2009

Introduction
Organizations today need to stay in the running with competitive businesses. More and more we see the marriage of new age technology making provisions for companies to offer something just a little different than the next business. Computer, cell phones and web cams have made it possible to offer those various types of alternate work schedules. Today, we see more use of flexibility in the work schedules. The flexibility comes in the form of time, place and volume.
Alternate work schedules provide a means for employees to balance work-life situations. They afford employers the opportunity to continue to reap the benefits of productivity while assisting an employee. Alternate work schedules consist of part-time work, job sharing, telecommuting, compressed workweeks (full-time work in fewer days each week) and flexible schedules (Long, 2007). They are a balance to managing work/life situations.

How Alternate Work Schedules Assist Organizations
Organizations all want to maximize work production with as little cost to their budget as possible. Overtime is too expensive so an alternative work schedule helps. This allows the business to expand work hours within the company without kicking out that extra over head in revenue.
The alternate work schedule is a great tool used to increase work productivity, decrease work place stress and keep turnover numbers to a minimum. The employees are happy to be able to balance the demands of work, along with personal life. Having the option to go in late or work later because they may have had a personal issue to address prior to work hours is a big help. The window of flexibility is positive and follows them in to work, where they…...

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