Flexible work arrangements can be a win-win situation for both departments and employees. They can be a useful method to maintain unit service while supporting the personal needs of employees. Over 70% of all businesses offer flexible scheduling as an important factor. 1
Studies show that work schedule flexibility can yield many benefits, including increased productivity, improved morale, decreased absences and turnover, and improved work quality. Flexible scheduling reduces stress and healthcare costs and creates an environment where employees are more satisfied with their jobs and lives. 2
Flexible work schedules at MSU entail arrangements between a supervisor and employee that allow the employee to complete their employment duties while working nontraditional schedules.
This site was developed as an easy-to-use resource for employees and supervisors when considering flexible work arrangements. The site explains what flexible schedules are, the different types of options, instructions for developing an arrangement, and much more!
- Types of Flexible Work Arrangements
- Instructions for Developing a Flexible Work Arrangement
- Sample Letters and Forms
- Evaluation Suggestions
- Letter to Supervisors from the Associate Vice President of Human Resources (opens as a PDF)
- Resource Links
- Telecommuting Guide
- Supervisor Reference List
- Flex Brochure (opens as a PDF)
- Toolkit for Flexible Work Arrangements at MSU (opens as a PDF)
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If you'd like to talk about flex work arrangements, please contact email@example.com or complete our online form (link) and select "Request a Workshop."