By Deanna Bonaparte
As advocates for flexibility in the workplace grow increasingly vocal, it is evident that today’s workforce has begun to shun rigid bureaucracy in favour of a more democratic, flexible and progressive working environment.
In a time where the room to express yourself and be heard are much vaunted personal freedoms, the voice of the individual employee is louder than ever (although not necessarily heard). Companies should be able to tap on this fount of individual voices and ideas and create a cohesive body of engaged employees that contribute to the firm in new and novel ways. (Read More Here!)