Flexible Work Arrangements in a Changing Environment
Work-life balance is a societal issue which is particularly relevant in the international cooperation sector, as dual careers at international level, in difficult contexts or with frequent changes of duty station, require more flexible working conditions.
Unfortunately, these models are not yet widely applied. cinfo has sought out "success stories" from within and outside international cooperation to illustrate this model in practice and to serve as inspiration for employers and employees.
At a glance
This publication contains:
- an explanation of different forms of flexible working
- the advantages of these models
- concrete cases from international cooperation
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