Flexible Working Management System Development Project: Standards and Practices to Support Business Continuity and Employee Psychological Well-Being
It is observed that the working styles that come up with names such as "flexible / home or alternating work" during and after the Covid-19 epidemic process have become widespread. In this project, we aim to reach the data that will form the basis of the National Flexible Work Management System Standard.
With the Covid-19 outbreak, very fast and unexpectedly changing working styles once again demonstrated the importance of flexibility for business life. In this context, many companies try to guarantee business continuity by having to apply the models of work, partial work and temporary work relationship with the appropriate technological infrastructure. This situation shows us how critical it is to ensure business continuity and to continue production and services in the event of a possible epidemic, crisis or other traumatic event, not only for this epidemic process. Flexible working models have been on the agenda for a long time with their positive aspects such as supporting employment, reducing unemployment, and ensuring a work-life balance as well as being a solution that is used in times of crisis. We can say that the coronavirus epidemic process creates a large-scale exercise or simulation condition, and this issue will remain one of the main agenda items of the business world after the quarantine or social distance requirements are lifted.
the project ıs SUPPORTED AND FINANCED BY THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF TURKEY WITHIN THE SCOPE OF
THE ARDEB 1001-COVID-19 GRANT CALL.