Assessing the adoption of flexible working in the supply chain industry
Since its introduction to the masses, flexible working has revolutionized the world of employment.
As the demand for supply chain professionals continues to grow worldwide, strategies to facilitate flexible and remote working have become essential in attracting and retaining top-tier talent.
For many, some degree of flexibility is essential to achieving a healthy work-life balance. This can in turn, result in a happier and more productive workforce, which benefits businesses. However, moving processes away from the office can also have a negative impact on company culture, as teams interact less, decreasing productivity.
The ambiguity of the situation made us wonder: What is the real impact of flexible working?
To answer this question, here at DSJ Global we engaged with top businesses to understand their flexible working strategy. Exploring the state of flexible working across the supply chain, we take a look at the following:
How productivity and company culture has been impacted by hybrid and flexible working patterns
What leaders see as the benefits and the challenges to flexible working
How companies plan to use flexible working to attract and retain top talent
Offering valuable insights to professionals seeking to understand the state of flexible working in supply chain, and for organizations reflecting on their flexible and working from home policies, both can take away a number of key considerations from this exclusive report.
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