On May 13, 2009, Workplace Flexibility 2010 released a comprehensive set of policy solutions to expand Americans’ access to flexible work arrangements such as compressed workweeks, predictable schedules, and telecommuting.
Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) alter the time and/or place that work is conducted on a regular basis - in a manner that is as manageable and predictable as possible for both employees and employers. FWAs provide:
- Flexibility in the scheduling of hours worked, such as alternative work schedules (e.g., non-traditional start and end times, flex time, or compressed workweeks) and arrangements regarding overtime, predictable scheduling, and shift and break schedules;
- Flexibility in the amount of hours worked, such as part time work, job shares, phased retirement or part year work; and
- Flexibility in the place of work, such as working at home, at a satellite location or at different locations.
"Public Policy Platform on Flexible Work Arrangements" (2009). Published Reports. Paper 2.