Flexible workingNo. Of Articles:7

  • Arva Shikari
    GE Energy's flexi work initiative gives its employees full support to balance their work-life ...
  • Apr-2007
  • Prof.Maimunah Aminuddin
    An examination of what flexible working arrangements mean to employers and employees and the im...
  • Feb-2005
  • Young Buzz has gained expertise in conducting workshops for working women who are faced with ex...
  • July-2004
  • Feza Tabassum Azmi & Mohammed Naved Khan
  • Feb-2003
  • Shreyasi Deb
    Walls are breaking down, and office cubicles are vanishing. Employees are working out of their ...
  • Oct-2001
  • Telecommuting, flexi-timings, compressed work weeks, job sharing and much more... The world of ...
  • Sep-2001
  • Driving to office, lunching in the cafetaria, surviving endless meetings... are losing meaning ...
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