Work Flexibility Continues to Challenge Employers

Exploring Ways to Retain Valued Employees

In the past, companies large and small have responded to employee demands for increased work flexibility with reduced schedules, telecommuting, job sharing, and other programs. Today, work-life balance is still cited as a major workplace concern.

“With a mounting labour shortage and increasing pressure to retain key employees, employers still struggle to make ‘flexibility’ work,” says Kelly Watson, President and Founder of Career Partners, a human capital company focused on matching and placing executive job share teams. “The question is why?”

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Kelly Watson
Kelly Watson is the President and Founder of Career Partners. Career Partners places candidates with organizations and provides the ongoing coaching and support required to make it all work. www.theCareerPartners.com
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