A 2009 study into Flexible Work Arrangements for non-exempt, hourly workers (workers who operate within more restrictive and prescriptive rules and regulations, and expose employers to more liabilities if they provide alternative work designs and flexible management options), acquired data from US employers (50% with over 1000 employees) via an online survey and interviews. The…

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9.2.1 Analyse, design, or redesign work
9.3.10 Provide remote worker support structures

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