By PAUL B. BROWN
Just about all entrepreneurs grapple with the issue of having people work untraditional hours at some point in their company’s life.
And with all the talk about shifting to a four-day work week, to reduce the amount of gasoline used by employees in commuting, it is a good time to review the basics.
As the National Workplace Flexibility Project, developed by the federal Department of Labor points out, there are several good reasons to move to flex time.
“When done right,” the project said in a report, “flexible work arrangements can result in enhanced ability to attract and retain talented people; greater employee satisfaction, morale, and engagement; increased effectiveness and productivity” and “better coverage of the operation and availability to customers.”