Who should decide when and where to work?
Author Professor Isaac Getz
Date published February 12, 2018
Judging by the number of procedures and memos in most organisations, it is HR departments who help decide when and where people should work. By saying this to employees, companies broadcast a strong implicit message: “Work is where and when you are – not what you do”. This can lead to “presenteeism”, which costs companies even more than absenteeism.
Ensuring the employee is at his/her desk for 8 hours guarantees nothing but sitting. How can this change?