Flexi Timings or Fixed Timings - Which is better at Work?

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Vikas said:   1 decade ago
Yes surely it depends on the nature of work assigned by a personnel to us and the type of industry we are sorking in. It seems to be very awkward that we are studying in night having no light in our room and eating bananas with tea. The flexibility of work should be like that it should cope up with our personal and professional life. Finally i would just say it depends upon the complexity of any work that we should have flexible timings or not.
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Vinod said:   1 decade ago
First it the nature of work that will decide wheather the work can be alloted in a flexible way. Say a retail banker, he cannot work in a fexible timing because the branch hours are fixed. In the case of say a software professional it may be possible to do work at his convenence. If there is a scope for flexi timing the organisation should do all possible ways to make it a reality. Secondly the work has to assigned properly and monitored throughly and for flexi timing the need to do that is greatly increased.
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Shakthi said:   1 decade ago
In my opinion, the work should be properly scheduled and should be finished in the fixed time. Flexy time reduces stress both positive and negative stress so our mind becomes more relaxed and failed to do the work on time and finally creates a big tension and ineffecitive completion of work.

Fixed time gives positive stress so that work would be completed smartly within the time period.
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Deepika said:   1 decade ago
According to me when there is hectic schedule and overload of work employee devotes his extra time in that ,so when there is less work there should be opportunity for use flexi time. so there should be flexi time but with responsibility.
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Divya said:   1 decade ago
According to me, it should be a part of both flexi as well as fix timings so that when there is less load of work, a person can use flexi timing and when he has a hectic schedule, he can go for fix timings!keep the timings as situation based.
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Karthik said:   1 decade ago
Well said, Abhijit. In my point, flexible timing make people lazy. you know , there will be no proper time management and moreover no extra work can be done.
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Abhijit Dubey said:   1 decade ago
Well, Sowjanya you are partly right according to me. Unless and untill there is proper routine at the workplace the assigned task or project may hardly be executed within the stipulated time period. So I think when you deal with certain important parameters then Flexi timing will hardly execute imporant task. We cannot compromise the work schedule with the personal luxury . To increase our qualifications and all, we have to arrange the time ourseleves only .
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Sowjanya. K said:   1 decade ago
Flexi timing is better because More and more employees are looking at flexible working hours as the best option for managing their personal life with work as the red line of work-life balance gets thinner.

From the employee perspective, it offers him/her the flexibility to pursue higher education and other vocations, spend more time with his/her family and also ensures work-life balance.

The bottom line is clear, it is no more about how many hours you are at office. The only thing that matters is how productive you are and how smartly you execute your tasks. And this can be done from the comfort of your own home.
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Sowjanya said:   1 decade ago
Flexi timings is better at work why because we can get releive of routine life, there will be some change of timing.
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