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|Title||Impact of Flexible Work Arrangements on Workers' Productivity in Information and Communication Technology Sector: An Empirical Study of the Gaza Strip ICT Firms|
This research aimed to highlight the concept of flexibility in work and to study the impact of five types of flexible work arrangements (FWAs) on workers' productivity in information and communication technology sector, as an empirical study of the Gaza strip information and communication technology companies. The study used the analytical descriptive methodology and used a questionnaire distributed to a sample consisting of 178 employees who are working in the information and communication technology companies. Using the statistical methods and processed through SPSS program, the most notable finding of the study was the presence of the positive impact of flexible work arrangements on workers' productivity since 65.68% of the employees agreed on that. The study recommended that information and communication technology companies should raise the awareness of the management and staff about FWAs programs and its importance and its great effects on employees' productivity. The researchers recommended companies to support family-friendly organizational culture and to go toward writing companies policies and laws that lay down the applicability of various FWAs and govern the selection processes among the various FWAs.
|Published in||IUG Journal of Economics and Business Studies|
|Series||Volume: 5, Number: 2043|
|Publisher||The Islamic University|
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