Having a flexible working arrangement which allows employees to sometimes work from home can be beneficial for everybody involved – but it needs buy-in from all concerned to make it a success.
The traditional model of having everybody clock in at nine in the morning and out again at five had its advantages, but it reflected a mindset which has long had its day. Some firms, of course, have taken longer to emerge from that mindset than others, but recent years have seen a substantially more adaptable approach on the part of many bosses as the lifestyles of employees as well as consumer expectations change.
Employers’ Obligations to Consider Home Working Options
In recognition of these new realities legislation exists to ensure that every employer gives reasonable consideration to a request for flexible working arrangements, subject to certain conditions having been met. Continue reading “Working From Home – Your Boss Has Obligations, But Only You Can Make It a Success”
When they consider the Mazda CX-5, Perth based drivers can easily become overwhelmed by the amount of three letter acronyms. This is true of all modern car manufacturers; there is so much technology onboard modern cars it can be hard to understand what half of this stuff actually does. In this article, we will take a closer look at Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) that is now fitted to Mazda cars and how it can enhance your driving experience.
What is EBA?
Almost all cars built during the last decade have been equipped with some form of EBA technology. Continue reading “Understanding the Mazda CX-5: What is EBA?”
The different advancements in technology have not spared the auto world. We have witnessed several inventions that have made driving more safe and convenient. Vehicles are being fitted with ultra-modern devices that alert drivers when they sense an object or any form of collisions. Other devices can also help fleet managers track vehicles and also monitor driving habits. EyeRide has some of these devices that aid in fleet management and improve road safety.
We have also witnessed the introduction of self-driven vehicles that do not need any human assistance or operation. Continue reading “Self-Driven Vehicles Testing Guidelines Tightened”
Most of us do it : driving to work while calling client to change the venue of appointment from Gloria Jeans Coffees to Starbucks and listening to traffic update on radio concomitantly, playing Warcraft III while being on Skype video call with girlfriend and drinking coffee at the same time or watching Korean drama while texting husband to remind him to buy diaper bag and ironing clothes simultaneously.
We multitask because it seems to save time, appears to be productive and because with the invention of this small, thin, sleek gadget called smartphone, the temptation to multitask is overwhelming. Continue reading “Don’t Multitask”