Hey guys. It's me. Taylor. Are flexi-hours biased towards parents and people in the tech world?
A lot of flexibility is given to those with families, or with a laptop! But what about the people that want to avoid rush hour? What about the people who would like to gym? Or attend football on Thursday evenings?
If people can achieve their work, without sacrificing the quality..why shouldn't they have the opportunity to work flexibly?
I believe that more and more people are craving perks that allow them to have a balanced, stress-free lifestyle, even more so than a higher salary!
It will be interesting over the coming years to see how flexible working evolves.
"For me, flexible working is something that empowers you to work where and when you feel you can be most productive, be it home, the office or a coffee shop"