Flexibility for Jobs Requiring Presence

Today’s post/podcast is from Neil Reichenberg. Neil is one of our board members and the longtime executive director of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources. Here, Neil shares his expertise on how to provide flexibility for jobs requiring presence.

Each month this year, we plan to interview one of the authors of our newest book, Being Present: A Practical Guide for Transforming the Employee Experience of Your Frontline Workforce. Fittingly, our first podcast is with the author of our first chapter, Neil Reichenberg. As the leader of an association for government HR professionals, he’s got lots of insight about how organizations can invest in the experience of frontline workers such as police officers, EMTs, teachers and others who must be present to do their jobs.

In our conversation, we discuss:

  • How to evaluate the business benefits of providing your workers with flexible options
  • How to rethink jobs in support of providing those flexible options
  • Real world examples of organizations that actively support flexibility

Click on the player below to listen to our conversation. Enjoy!

Conversation with Neil Reichenberg about flexibility for jobs requiring presence.

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