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Workplace Flexibility. Claire Bogdanski, CPA, MBA Associate Dean for Finance and Administration JHU SON November 1, 2007. JHU Policy. Managers and staff are free to arrange an alternative work schedule that may better satisfy the needs of the supervisor and staff member. Possible Options.

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Workplace flexibility

Workplace Flexibility

Claire Bogdanski, CPA, MBA

Associate Dean for Finance and Administration

JHU SON

November 1, 2007


Jhu policy
JHU Policy

  • Managers and staff are free to arrange an alternative work schedule that may better satisfy the needs of the supervisor and staff member.


Possible options
Possible Options

  • Flex Time

  • Work Location

  • Job Restructuring


Flex time
Flex Time

  • Staggered work hours/shifts:

    • 7:00am-3:30pm, or 8:00am-4:30pm

  • Longer workdays (4 ten hour days)

    • All fulltime hours need to fall within pay period

  • Job sharing (2 part time positions)

    • Benefits cannot currently be shared


Flex time1
Flex Time

  • Reduced Full Time Equivalent

    • (51% to 75%)

    • May help disabled stay in job

  • FMLA, LOA, Long Term Disability, etc.

  • Combinations of any of the above


Work location
Work Location

  • Work from home

    • Predetermined or Flexible schedule

    • “Behind the scenes” employees (Website)

  • Management of Non-Exempt staff

    • Accountability of unsupervised work hours


Work location1
Work Location

  • Consider Equipment & connectivity costs, & security issues

  • Workers comp considerations

    • Safe work environment


Job restructuring
Job restructuring

  • Combine/Split jobs into new functions

    • Administrative vs clinical components

    • Complex vs routine components

  • Consider Federal Work study students or PT/casual for less complex or routine components

  • Consider Subcontractors