On-Demand   On-Demand One-Hour Briefing

Nitty Gritty of Negotiating Flexible and Reduced Hours and Making it Work (Audio-only / No CLE)

Recorded on: Aug. 21, 2012
Running Time: 01:00:28

Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program.

Taken from the briefing Nitty Gritty of Negotiating Flexible and Reduced Hours and Making it Work recorded August, 2012.

If you think you want to work flexible or reduced hours but you don’t know where to start, listen in to learn how to create a flexible arrangement that works.  Deborah Epstein Henry of Law and Reorder, a Division of Flex-Time Lawyers LLC will answer the questions you’ve been asking yourself.

Once your flexible work arrangement has been approved, your next challenge is to ensure it is a successful one.  We will tackle the nitty-gritty of working flexible and reduced hours and developing a win-win solution.  You will learn how to make your work schedule seamless while gaining more coveted time away from work.  Armed with inspiration and action steps in hand, after listening, you will be prepared to design the schedule you want to meet the needs of you and your employer.

Lecture Topics  [Total Time: 01:00:28]

  • When is it too early to ask?
  • What is the right schedule or percentage of hours to work?
  • What should a proposal to work flexible or reduced hours entail?
  • What if your request is denied or your employer is skeptical?

Presentation Material

  • Nitty Gritty of Negotiating Flexible and Reduced Hours and Making it Work
    Deborah Epstein Henry
Speaker(s)
Deborah E Henry ~ Founder & President, Law & Reorder, A Division of Flex-Time Lawyers LLC
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