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Moving Flexibility from Compliance to Collaboration.

 
 

 
 
FFWO Opportunities

Supervisor David Chiu championed
more work flexibility in San Francisco.
In this 2-minute video he describes the
gains to companies and families.

                                 
FFWO Opportunities - Supervisor David Chiu, San Francisco   Proven Flex Tools - Rupert & Company


Tools 4 Flex

Don't reinvent the wheel.  Ask4Flex
draws on proven practices and
tools to help you comply with
FFWO and achieve even more.
                         

 
 

If It's Worth Doing, It's Worth Doing Well.

 
 
 

"The user-friendly tools helped
educate our employees and
managers on making the flex
request process work for our
people and our business."

-- Manager, Retail
 
   

"The form and advice helped me
approach my request with both my
and the business’s needs in mind.
My supervisor and I collaborated
on a solution that worked well."


– Employee, Accounting
 
 

Working Together, Flex Can Happen.

 
 

Are Employees Ready?

What does the FFWO say you can ask for? What schedule fits with your job?
Do you know how to write a request?
Have you thought about how your new schedule could be good for the business?

 

Are Managers Prepared?

Are you ready to decide requests?
Can you ask or offer more than required?
Are the business reasons to say “no” clear?
How do you keep the needs of the business in focus?

 

Will Collaboration Happen?

A flexible workplace depends on ongoing collaboration. Is everyone ready to let go of “our way or the highway” assumptions?
Do you want to go beyond compliance to real collaboration?

 
 

 
 
 
Flex Request Resources

Collaboration@Work
The pioneering SF nonprofit New Ways to Work began introducing flexibility into organizations four decades ago.

Today New Ways sponsors Collaboration@Work, a project supporting superior implementation of the new “Right to Request” ordinance.

It collaborates with employers, government and employees to build a more flexible San Francisco.


SF-FFWO Website
The City’s Office of Labor Standards Enforcement enforces the new law. This official site hosts the law, forms and official information.
     
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