For non-exempt employees, 42% offer at least some flexible hours; 13% offer “core flex,” (a core of required hours, such as 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.); and 4% report offering totally flexible hours. Half of respondents offer some flex time for exempt employees, 20% offer core flex, and 11% offer totally flexible hours.
In addition, the survey found half of respondents define their dress codes as relaxed and casual, while nearly a third (31%) report their dress code is traditional/business attire. Only 22% said they relax their dress codes for the summer months.
Sixty-two percent of responding organizations offer weekly dress down days, and another 24% have occasional dress down days. Ten percent indicated they offer dress down days as a reward for performance.
BLR also found the majority of companies offer some form of telecommuting (see Survey Finds Majority of Employers Offer Telecommuting).More information is here.
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