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Is flexibility the future of Work?
A chat with the founding team of Flexibees.com
Today’s post is a podcast!
This one goes through the first principles of work: We delve into what defines work in the modern workplace, who gets respect and recognition for working and why, and how getting grilled in a job interview is a privilege most of us don’t recognize.
Here is the episode:
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In the book, he says that according to his research, “Male entrepreneurs lag female entrepreneurs by a decade when it comes to prizing variety and by two decades when it comes to altruism”.
Some questions we tackle in this episode
What motivated my guests to start this company, and why are we talking about it on Womaning?
What is the impact of flexible work opportunities on women’s lives? Financial impact? Impact on self-confidence? On a woman’s agency, her voice at home, and the respect she commands in her family and the community?
What is the impact that flexible talent has on businesses that use it well?
What is the impact of flexible work on employee engagement at work? Are flexi-employees less engaged at work?
Is being grilled in a job interview a form of male privilege that women feel lucky to have?
On my personal front
Sorry I missed you last Monday. It has been a tough few weeks on the family health front, and I am not sure how much longer before I can expect a semblance of normalcy in my personal life.
I am just glad I managed to send today’s post before 11:59:59pm, Engineering style. And hope that I can keep it up in the next few weeks. But if another slip happens, I will post about it on Twitter like I did last Monday, so please watch that space:
Please send your happy thoughts, dear readers and listeners.
And your subscriptions. Those always bring a smile to my face :)