Cetrom Support fixed all of my problems, their engineers are very professional, courteous, friendly and very efficient. If all customer service out there was like this, it would be a better world...- Mid-sized
Recent media recognition
Christopher Stark, President & CEO, Cetrom appeared as a featured author in CPA Practice Advisor on December 14th. The full article can be read here.
Before discussing the importance of a flexible work environment to entice new people and retain existing employees, it is important to understand what flexible work entails. Entrepreneur defines flexibility as “affording employees the opportunity to make their own choices as to when, where, and how they engage in work related projects and tasks.” FlexJobs describes workplace flexibility as an agreement between employers and employees having three components: (1) employees are able to choose where they work from; (2) they can create their work schedules; and (3) they schedule their workday however they want.
What are Flexible Work Choices?
There are a myriad of flexible work arrangements popular in attracting and retaining talented employees. Some of the more common flexible work plans include:
While telecommuting, remote and hybrid work arrangements are popular flex options; other flexible work arrangements include part-time employment, condensed work weeks, job-sharing, and customized work hours. Whichever flexible work option is available, people believe workplace flexibility is vital.
Read the full article placement in CPA Practice Advisor.
Cetrom Support fixed all of my problems, their engineers are very professional, courteous, friendly and very efficient. If all customer service out there was like...- Mid-sized