Flexible Work Arrangements

Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) refer to work arrangements where employers and employees agree to a variation from the usual work arrangement. Flexibility can be applied to different aspects of work, such as timing/duration, location and scope.​

​The types of FWAs can be broadly classified under:

FLEXI-TIME

This includes staggered hours and compressed work week.

flexi-place

This includes telecommuting, working from home and working from smart work centres or satellite offices.

flexi-load

This refers to varying duties or work load. An example is part-time work.

Explore the different types of FWAs listed on the left.