I tend to be a strong advocate for flexible work options that concentrate on work-life integration. Ever since I first read about the concept of work-life integration, it struck a chord in me. I wanted work-life integration, and I wanted all of our employees to enjoy it as well. However,
Flex-time is no longer a new concept. Most tech-based companies offer some freedom regarding when and where their employees work. However, flex-time is far from widely accepted and often poorly implemented. For example, many employers say they offer flexible work schedules but their employees are still unhappy with their schedules.
Last week I expressed how ecstatic I am that work-life integration affords me the option of going into the office to be social and work as a team or stay home when weather, my son, or my whimsy demands. This week I want to dig a little deeper into how
One of the big buzzwords in the tech sector is work-life integration. By now you probably have heard it and have slowly been implementing it at your own office, even if you do not have a complete idea of what it entails. Basically, work-life integration is the natural evolution of