March 17, 2014
Workplace flexibility can strategically meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and businesses. Considering and adjusting when, where, and how work is done can mutually ensure that the needs of both are met through making changes to the time, location, and manner in which an employee works. By utilizing effective tools and resources, workforce professionals can provide valuable services to employees and employers through a unique workplace flexibility strategy.
This presentation was used by Barbara Wleklinski, LEAD Center Subject Matter Expert, and Elizabeth Jennings, LEAD Center Assistant Project Director, to lead a workshop titled “The Business Case for Workplace Flexibility” at the Annual National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) Conference in May 2013.