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Flexible work arrangements: Guides and forms

Guides

A Guide to Developing a Flexible Work Arrangement (PDF, 130KB)
A flexible work arrangement may include flexible hours, a compressed work week, or flexibility about where work is done. Download this PDF for some things to consider when exploring a flexible work arrangement.

Flex Place Guide for Supervisors (PDF, 111KB)
This guide is intended to help supervisors think of concrete ways employees can work remotely while continuing to provide support to others in the workplace. Download this PDF for ways to think creatively about how to create flex place arrangements for positions that might not traditionally be thought of as amenable.

Self Assessment Questionnaire (PDF, 101KB)
Determine whether you are prepared to ask your supervisor for a flexible work arrangement.

Readiness Assessment for Managers (PDF, 108KB)
Determine whether an employee is ready for a flexible work arrangement.

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, 99KB)
Still have questions? Check out this list of frequently asked questions.

Forms

Flexible Work Arrangement Form (MS Word, 138KB)
Download this MS Word fill-and-print form to formally document a flexible work arrangement with an employee. If you wish to formally document an alternate location where an employee may work, use the Flex Place Arrangement Form available on this same webpage. This is an optional form that may be used at the manager's discretion.

Flex Place Arrangement Form (MS Word, 134KB)
Download this MS Word form to formally document a flexible place an employee may work. (See the explanation of "flex place" on the Specific types of flexible work arrangements webpage for more details.) If you wish to formally document a flexible schedule, use the Flexible Work Arranagement form available on this same webpage. This is an optional form that may be used at the manager's discretion

Reviewed July 06, 2015.