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Implementing Workplace Flexibility | 7:54 | September 2011

Teresa Hopke, Principal, SVP Client Relations, Life Meets Work,
provides advice on implementing a successful workplace
flexibility program.

Interview by Rose Stanley, CCP, CBP, WLCP, CEBS

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Tue September 20, 2011 8:12 AMReport Abuse
Sarah James
Coordinator, Employee Engagement
Member Since: 8/1/2011
Comments: 1

I really liked Teresa's suggestion of having senior leaders re-commit to the flexibility program on an annual basis. I believe this approach could work well with so many initiatives/programs within organizations. As she says, this will make it more part of the culture rather than a one-off program.

Tue September 20, 2011 4:51 AMReport Abuse
Philip Louw
Member Since: 12/1/2010
Comments: 1

Great, excellent learnings shared especially about integration with Perf Management and Talent Management at large

Thu September 1, 2011 9:46 AMReport Abuse
Rose Stanley (Staff)
Comments: 462

Sherry - thanks for your comment.  I will contact you today via your email to help answer your questions.

Josie - thanks for your comment.  We'll see what we can do.

Wed August 31, 2011 6:05 AMReport Abuse
Sherry Udvare
Human Resource Manager
Comments: 1

DOes Teresa have an example of what her workplace flexibility looks like?  I'm attempting to get something in place and if I could have an example that would be great.  thank you


Tue August 30, 2011 10:58 AMReport Abuse
Josie Batres
Vice President Human Resources
Member Since: 9/1/2006
Comments: 2

Wow! Teresa Hopke needs to come back. I would love to hear more about the way they created this culture shift and how well workplace flexibility is having an impact on productivity. pls bring her back!