Employees Link Productivity to Flexible Schedules

Employees Link Productivity to Flexible Schedules

Improvement ProcessImprovement Process

67% of Americans feel that employers are getting better at offering workers flexibility to meet their families’ needs.

Accountability FactorAccountability Factor

89% feel that employers should offer workers flexibility to meet family needs, as long as the job gets done.

A Difference MakerA Difference Maker

52% of workers say they could do their jobs better if they had a more flexible schedule.

Lost OpportunitiesLost Opportunities

58% of parents indicate that they don’t get to spend enough time with their families.

Deal KillerDeal Killer

33% of workers say they’ve passed on a job opportunity in the past because it would conflict with family obligations.

Personal SacrificePersonal Sacrifice

25% believe that they were passed over at some point for a promotion, raise or new job due to their need for a flexible work schedule.

Generation Divide, Part IGeneration Divide, Part I

61% of Millennials say they could do their jobs better with a more flexible schedule, compared to no more than 47% of those age 45 or older.

Generation Divide, Part IIGeneration Divide, Part II

Nearly one-third of Millennials believe they’ve been passed over for a promotion, raise or new job due to their need for a flexible work schedule, as opposed to no more than one-fifth of those age 45 or older.

Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty is a contributor to CIO Insight. He covers topics such as IT leadership, IT strategy, collaboration, and IT for businesses.

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