Out of Office

4 Ways to Design a Happiness-Inducing Employment Arrangement

Corbett Barr usually writes about the entrepreneurial life, but he sometimes turns his attention to traditional employment as well. He suggests these four things for better workplaces:

  1. Let employees decide on how much time off they take
  2. Measure results, not when/where/how work is done
  3. Make employees owners
  4. Find a job you love

The second item in particular (about measuring results rather than effort) is one that resonates with us. It’s one of the key drivers of success for a successful Out of Office work environment.

The other three aren’t directly related to Out of Office work styles, but we would certainly endorse them as well.

Read the full post here.

Share This:
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • LinkedIn
  • Technorati
  • PDF

Leave a Reply