How do you support the work-life needs of production employees?
Workflex and Manufacturing Guide: More Than a Dream is your go-to resource to answer this question. Yes, work-life fit and flexible work is possible in manufacturing settings, and this guide will show you how. It includes real examples straight from factory floors, providing insights on how to make workflex a reality.
Remote work and individualized scheduling are not generally possible in manufacturing (especially for those organizations that use assembly lines). That’s why this Guide explores an array of options and flexible shift arrangements that make sense for production jobs—everything from shift swapping to alternative shift arrangements to giving employees input into break arrangements.
- Want to know more? Register to listen to webcast recording, Manufacturing and Workflex, featuring When Work Works manufacturing award winners.
- To read the National Study of the Changing Workplace (NSCW) Report on Workplace Flexibility in Manufacturing Companies, click here.
Manufacturing is a vital component of the U.S. economy and in order to survive AND thrive, manufacturers must be able to recruit and retain top talent. To learn best practices and action-oriented advice that address the challenges of recruitment, engagement, and retention, view this presentation from the Attracting and Retaining Talent in Manufacturing Pre-Conference Workshop on 6/28 at 2015 SHRM Annual.
To download the slides, click here.