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:


This includes staggered hours and compressed work week.


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


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

Explore the different types of FWAs listed on the left.