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Flex scheduling is an alternative work arrangement that allows an employee to work a non-traditional schedule to meet personal needs. The schedule is created and agreed on by an employee and their manager for a period of time. There are several variations of flextime arrangements for employees to participate in. Set starting and quitting times that are determined for a specific period of time. Starting and quitting times that can change on a daily basis. Variations in daily hours (for example, an employee may work a six-hour day and then work a ten-hour day), with required core time.” Variations in the daily hours per day, without required core time.” Employees benefit due to better work-life balance and this improves their morale and job satisfaction thereby improving their productivity Allows the employer to schedule work out of the conventional 9 to 5 period. -Employee turnover reduces
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  • Fall '13
  • Working time, alternative work arrangement

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