However, only 37% of those surveyed report they have a formal, written philosophy or policy to support employee flexibility options.
By far, the most prevalent flexibility programs offered are telework days on an ad-hoc basis, flex time and part-time employment.
Not all employees are eligible for those flexible work arrangements. Only about 60% of those surveyed report that all their employees have access to flex benefits.
In 67% of organizations, the decision to allow employees to use flexible work arrangements is left up to individual managers.
Top flexible work arrangements
Telework on ad hoc basis 85%
Flex time 82%
Part-time schedules 82%
Compressed workweek 48%
Job sharing 21%
Source: WorldatWork Trends in Workplace Flexibility survey, October 2015
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