"O" is for Open Flexible Work Options
Contrary to what some believe, flexible work options aren't a utopian ideal. In fact, many companies are finding that when they stop managing by the clock, and start managing by work results, as Best Buy did, they see better employee job performance, better employee retention, and lower training and recruitment costs. It can be a win-win situation for all.
Let's imagine together a world where we can set our own work hours, and where we have the flexibility within the work week to do things like stay home with sick children and still have the same overall work output.
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