While federal managers are enthusiastic about the power of digital technology in the workplace, others worry it’s actually upended a healthy sense of work-life balance.
The article suggests a policy solution, but I think it's bigger than that. Culture eats policy for breakfast as someone famous said. That's the key here.
Since Millennials began to join the workforce workplace design has been rapidly changing to meet their needs. However, adapting for one generation can prove to be a faulty approach as the workplace...
I'm not a big fan of generalizations but I'm a sucker for infographics. What employees want? Can you spell "flexibility?"
So-called "work martyrs" give hundreds of hours in free labor to their employers every year but who benefits?
The article cites research showing productivity declines sharply at 50+ hours a week.
Mobility is changing the way expats work
New ways of working are emerging dictated by the demands of organisations and employee preferences.
Watchdog finds that GSA doesn\'t know how many teleworkers it has, hasn\'t properly documented costs and hasn\'t enforced training requirements.
These are the kind of stories that make headlines, and give agile work a bad name...but, gosh, 13 whole people at GSA (the largest government agency) were mis-catagorized? Shameful!