Flexibility:  Job Sharing

Job Sharing allows two people to occupy a full-time position, each typically working 50% time. Job Sharing enables full-time coverage of jobs and allows conditions like part-time for the job share partners.

Job sharing is one of the most overlooked arrangements in the flexible work arrangements toolkit. It offers managers a creative solution for employees who want to work less than a full-time schedule  in positions that cannot be easily reduced to part-time.  Job sharing provides complete coverage for a position and provides continued career participation at a reduced workload for employees.

whether job sharing is
desirable and feasible
your own behavioral and
technical path to success 
more fully by diving
more deeply

-- See Sample Schedules

-- Weigh Pros & Cons

-- Take FlexFitness 

-- Review Job Sharing 
   Success Stories

-- Study tips for Succeeding

-- Study Impact on
Total Rewards

-- Review and complete the
   Job Sharing Training

-- Visit Troubleshooting to
   see issues that arise

-- Review Job Sharing FAQs

-- Read Your Agreement 
to see what’s expected

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