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In the current times where the level of work related stress is growing and there is a high level of competition across every industry, there is a clear need for a more flexible and well balanced working pattern for people across the world. This paper aims at discussing one such flexible understanding, referred to as Flexible Work Arrangements. The paper will firstly provide a clear view of the aims and objectives of the paper, following which the key issues will be listed out. This will be followed with a clear explanation of the importance of Flexible Work Arrangements and a thorough research into the literature review will be conducted. The paper will provide an analysis of the research and will also include the discussion of the findings in detail.
The changes in the labour markets and the changes in the social as well as demographics across ...Show more