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Alternative Work Arrangements Organizational Behavior / BA 420




A case study was written by Michael K. McCuddy from the College of Business at Valparaiso University, which discusses alternative work arrangements such as compressed work weeks, flexible work schedules, telecommuting, and job sharing. Throughout the study, he poses various issues, questions, and possible solutions that pertain to the positive and negative consequences for employers and employees that are generated by alternative work arrangements.;Positive Benefits;Alternative work arrangements can benefit both employees and employers. The positive benefits to employees may include but are not limited to: work schedules that accommodate or revolve around child daycare issues, school and after school functions, family issues and events, and commuting concerns. A decrease in an employee?s life stressors is considered by most employees to be an increase in their quality of life.;The creation of alternative work arrangements can serve as a benefit for


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