Flexplace refers to an arrangement in which employees are allowed to work away from the office, either at home or some other off-site setting.
Flexplace refers to an arrangement in which employees are allowed to work away from the office, either at home or some other off-site setting. It was designed as an alternative to the traditional work environment and is becoming more popular due to computer technology.
Flexplace is used in order to avoid the travails of commuting in large cities or in companies in which employee's presence in the central office is no longer necessary.
Flexiplace is a great tool for managing workload constraints and improving employee efficiency.
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