Chief executives say allowing employees greater flexibility over their schedules improves recruitment and engagement and reduces turnover. In fact, at two out of five organizations participating in the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM’s) most recent Employee Benefits survey, respondents said, offering more-flexible work arrangements—such as telecommuting (62 percent) and variable schedules (57 percent)—was one of the most effective recruiting strategies.
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