Working Hours

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Sa razvojem tehnologije u 21. vijeku, došlo je do promjena u shvatanjima tipičnog radnog mjesta. Ljudi se sve više navikavaju na korišćenje mobilnih uredjaja u obavljanju svakodnevnih poslovnih zadataka, pa fizičko mjesto obavljanja istih sve više gubi na značaju. Fleksibilno radno vrijeme sve više dobija na popularnosti u modernim organizacijama. Postavlja se pitanje da li je isplativo da zaposleni boravi u kancelariji od šest sati ujutru do devet uveče, ako samo tećinu tog vremena provodi radno, dok ostatak koristi za surfovanje različitim društvenim mrežama, pretvarajući se da obavlja poslovne zadatke.
Naravno, i fiksno i fleksibilno radno vrijeme imaju svojih prednosti i nedostataka. Različita radna mjesta imaju različite zahtjeve koji baš uvijek ne odgovaraju potrebama zaposlenih. Radno vrijeme je definitvno jedan od elemenata koje je potrebno razmotriti prilikom donošenja odluke o prihvatanju poslovne ponude. Neki poslodavci nude fleksibilno radno vrijeme, dok se drugi drže strogog rasporeda koji podrazumijeva osmočasovno radno vrijeme a često i rad u dvije ili tri različite smjene. Medjutim, često se iza fleksibilnog rasporeda kriju neredovne isplate zarada i poslodavci koji smatraju da im zaposleni moraju biti na raspolaganju 24 časa dnevno.
Obično, ljudi preferiraju fleksibilno radno vrijeme. Ono im omogućava veću slobodu, kontorlu nad slobodnim vremenom i motiviše ih.

Fleksibilno radno vrijeme
Većina ljudi ne zna tačno šta fleksibilno radno vrijeme podrazumijeva. Fokus je na rezultatima rada, a ne na broju sati provedenih na radnom mjestu. Posao sve više postaje ono što se radi,a ne radno mjesto. Na brojnim forumima koji se bave savjetima u vezi sa zapošljavanjem moze se vidjeti da ovaj termin zbunjuje sve više pojedinaca kada im se zaista i ponudi radno mjesto sa fleksibilnim radnim vremenom. Naravno, većina njih razumije da…...

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