Alternative Work Arrangements

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Alternate Work Arrangements Robert McGill BA 420 Organizational Behavior 17 April 2011 Alternate Work Arrangements
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1. How can employees benefit from alternative work arrangements? How can employers benefit from alternative work arrangements? Alternative work arrangements benefit both employers and employees. Employees can benefit by having work schedules that work around school, family, or commuting concerns. Employers can benefit from having a more loyal workforce that is more productive and spends less time away from work for personal reasons. 2. What are some of the possible negative outcomes for employers and/or employees regarding alternative work arrangements? Alternative work arrangements can produce some negative issues. Some of these issues are difficulties regarding mandatory training, work monitoring, ensuring fair employment evaluations, and maintaining effective lines of communication between employees and supervisors.
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