2018, English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Flexible work, good for business? [electronic resource] : modelling the bottom line impact of flexible work for the Office of Prevention and Women's Equality (OPWE) / Nous. Nous Group

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Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (46 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : [Office of Prevention and Women's Equality], 2018.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Flexible work, good for business? : modelling the bottom line impact of flexible work for the Office of Prevention and Women's Equality (OPWE) /​ Nous.
Also Titled
  • Title on publisher website: Case study : flexible work reduces the gender pay gap and saves money.
Author
  • Nous Group
Other Authors
  • Victoria. Office of Prevention and Women's Equality
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : [Office of Prevention and Women's Equality], 2018.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (46 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
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Summary
  • This report highlights the strong business case for providing flexible work arrangements and aims to encourage Victorian employers to adopt flexible work practices. The Victorian Office of Prevention and Women's Equality engaged Nous Group to develop a model to calculate the financial return on investing in providing flexible work, and then to apply the model to three case study organisations: Mercy Health, Wannon Water, and the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. This report presents the findings of the case studies and explains how the model could be used by other organisations to calculate the annual savings and additional costs of flexible work. The case studies show that flexible work delivers a significant net saving each year for all three organisations, with benefits largely driven through improved direct labour productivity, an enhanced ability to recruit quality candidates, and improved retention of experienced employees. Flexible work arrangements here include part-time work, purchased leave, unplanned leave, parental leave beyond statutory requirements, flexitime, compressed working weeks, working from home, job sharing, and similar initiatives. The report also notes the common themes that emerged across all three organisations about what works and does not work in implementing flexible work arrangements.
Notes
  • "13 March 2018"
  • Report released 29 August 2019.
Technical Details
  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
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