A new study from The Creative Group says work-from-home jobs and other workplace flexibility arrangements are continuing to be popular with workers.
The study surveyed marketing and advertising executives and found more than three-quarters (76 percent) of companies offer some form of alternative work arrangement. The most common arrangement is part-time hours, provided by roughly 6 in 10 employers (61 percent). Flex time is offered by 33 percent of the companies surveyed, and telecommuting is made available by another 30 percent.
Even though working from home and other flexible arrangements have been growing in popularity, not all employers have found it works for them.