Flexibility:  Part-Time

Part-time employees work less than a regular full time schedule with salary and benefits prorated. At Our Company, part-time employees, work at least 25 hours per week . Part-time employees can work shorter workdays all or part of a week, fewer full days each week or a combination.

A  full-time workload cannot  be accomplished in part-time hours. The work has to be restructured by having some of the responsibilities reassigned or eliminated. A creative manager will see the business value of having employees on a mix of full-time, part-time, job-sharing and other schedules; these can be better ways to get the work done and effectively dealing with the global nature of our business.

whether part-time is
desirable and feasible
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technical path to success 
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