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Getting Started

What is workplace flexibility

Workplace flexibility allows for creative conversations to take place about the nature of work and how it is performed. There’s no cookie-cutter approach to flexibility. It means different things to different people, and comes in various forms.

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Why flexibility matters

Workplace flexibility allows employers to attract and retain top talent, achieve increased productivity, and foster an agile response to changing market needs.

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New Zealand legislation

Employers have a legal obligation under the Employment Relations Amendment Act (2014) to provide a process for any employee to request a flexible working arrangement.

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Being a flexible workplace

Strategy, policy and procedures

A strategy helps you to resource and establish flexible workplace policies by enabling decision-making and supporting implementation.

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A workplace flexibility policy formally sets out the guidelines, principles and procedures established by your organisation’s strategy.

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How to lead flexible teams

With over half of the New Zealand workforce either currently working flexibly or wanting to in the future, leadership in a flexible environment is critical to managing the workforce of the future.

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Staying on track

Metrics and reporting

Measuring the impact of flexible work arrangements in your organisation can help you understand your data and impacts of initiatives, and to show you where more work needs to be done to realise the full benefits.

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Managing challenges

The value of flexible work arrangements is considerable. It may take time for all employees and managers to understand the benefits.

 

 

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