How flexible are your working hours

Flexible working hours

flexible working hours

Your employees decide for themselves at what time they start work and when they finish work. However, you can set core working hours when everyone must be present.

Part time

The working hours, for example the daily number of hours, are reduced. You can also flexibly divide the weekly working time over the individual days. The daily number of hours can be different.

Trust working time

You do not agree on fixed working hours with the employees. Often the working hours are not tracked either. Instead, employees have to achieve a specific goal or result within a specific period of time. The prerequisite for this working time model to be successful: the targets are basically feasible and the employees have good time management skills.

Annual working time

You agree with your employees on a certain number of hours that they have to work per year. When and to what extent these hours are completed is not specified. The salary always stays the same. In this way, your employees can save time and reduce overtime at a later point in time - for example for further training, family breaks or sabbatical years. With this model, your company can react more easily to seasonal fluctuations or low utilization.

Team-oriented working hours

The team plans and agrees the individual working hours together. The needs of the team and the personal wishes are brought into harmony where possible.

Home office (teleworking)

Your employees work from home. With fast internet, laptop and smartphone, the prerequisites for this can be easily created in many professions. At home, your employees can organize their working hours flexibly. For example, they are able to respond better to family needs. You can define days of attendance on which employees work in the company. This maintains the bond with your company.