Dear All,
I am working on developing a HR policy on flexible working timings.
Request few ideas from experienced and experts.
If anyone is having any draft policy, request you to please share the same. Your support on this will be highly appreciated.
Thanks & Regards
Neha Taneja
Human Resources
28th September 2015 From India, Delhi
Dear Neha,
The Flexiable Working Hours Policy should be designed in such a way that it only only offers flexibility to the individual employee, but also to the company. So if the individuals time are not in line with the people dependent upon them, then the work of the organisation can come to a stand still.
So even while offering the flexiable working hours, one needs to add certain rules, keeping in mind the internal clients (other departments)
for e.g. A accounts person who primarly deals with banks, cannot say that he will work in the evening with the banks are closed as then the organisation will have no real output from that particular person.
So you need to have rules even while being flexiable.
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre
28th September 2015 From India, Mumbai
Dear Ashutosh,
Thank you for your response. Same has been noted.
Can you please help me with any draft policy if you have in any case. For flexi timings and as well as work from home policy.
Thanks & Regards
Neha
29th September 2015 From India, Delhi
Hi All,
Please can any one give me leaves and salary calculation in case of flexible hours, say I work for 40 hours for six days?
Then what will be this impact on my salary and leaves.
30th January 2019 From India, Ghaziabad
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