Flexible working becomes more popular among Turkish people
Some 74 percent of Turks believe a flexible working arrangement encourages a greater sense of responsibility and time management, shows a study. DAILY NEWS photoA majority of Turkish people believe flexible working is a critical measure to achieving higher productivity, finds the latest Regus survey.
“This result confirms that in any economic climate, but particularly in times of high market volatility, businesses continue to review their strategies in order to achieve greater efficiency and productivity,” Regus said by a written statement.
This latest survey, which canvassed the opinion of over 20,000 senior executives and business owners across 95 countries, delved into the subject of flexible working and found that businesspeople believed it not only helped improve employee productivity by reducing unused office space and slashing commutes, but also by helping workers become more efficient.
In Turkey, 74 percent of respondents thought flexible working encouraged a greater sense
of responsibility and time management.