Designing a Flexible Work Environment

Webinar: ID# 1015812
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Many employees who work the traditional 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. business core hours schedule, appear to struggle with maintaining a work-life balance that keeps them interactive in their personal/family life while keeping them engaged in their work.

This topic explains how a flexible work environment such as allowing employees to come in early, late, or to telecommute, assist organizations with attracting top talent and motivating existing employees within an organization. Learn methods for collecting information on what matters most from your employees.


  • Benefits of a Flexible Work Environment
  • Organization
  • Employees
  • List of Organizations or Industries That Have Evolved to a Flexible Work Environment
  • Create a Time Line for Implementation
  • Integrate Managers and Request Their Workforce Statistics
  • Review Exit Interviews Responses
  • Benchmark Competitive Organizations
Assessment and Evaluation
  • Identify Your Audience and Organizational Strengths
  • Individual Areas of Business vs. All Employees
  • Organizational Resources
  • Gather Workforce Data
  • Survey Employees and Workforce
  • Create an Employee Questionnaire
  • Research Employee vs. Business Needs
  • Integrate Managers in the Process
  • Review Employee Survey Responses and Trends
  • Identify Deliverables for Organization
  • Communication and Implementation
  • Focus Groups or Staff Meetings
  • Discuss Initiative, Questionnaire and Responses
Begin Action Plan
  • Example of Planning Guide
  • Tips on Integrating Management
  • Discussion Questions Examples
  • Continue to Monitor Environment
About The Presenters

Rob Armijo
  • HR administrator, College of Arts & Sciences, University of New Mexico
  • Serves as the enterprise's primary point of HR administration, and provides input into broad operational decision making as a member of the college's management team
  • Performs training needs analyses, as appropriate, and initiates, develops, and/or coordinates the implementation of specific training and development programs for new and existing faculty and/or staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in political science: emphasis in diplomatic negotiations
Patricia Martinez
  • HR operations manager, City of Rio Rancho
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of HR operations, compensation and classification, and HR budget
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous HR topics
  • Bachelor’s degree in English: Professional Writing
Designing a Flexible Work Environment
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