The popularity of workations (an extended holiday working from another country) has increased in recent years. With 94% of workers planning to take a workation in 2023, the travel craze is still in full swing, according to Covid Isolation.
It's no secret that workations are beneficial for both employers and employees. Companies retain ambitious global talent who want new experiences, and employees get the support of their employer as they travel, pursue personal goals and further their education. But before you introduce this benefit - and literally promise the world - be aware that it comes with some challenges. Workations are a step forward for the mobility of the global workforce, but only if managed correctly and proactively. It’s tough to decide on policies when there are still no industry benchmarks to refer to, but as business leaders, we can exchange ideas.
Flexible working hours and individual time recording from anywhere and at any time are considered a central building block for modern companies. With ZEUS® Time and Attendance from ISGUS, you enable your employees to record their working hours objectively and reliably. In addition, the ZEUS® mobile app allows you to make time bookings from any location. The optimal use of individual and motivational working hours is often decisive in competing for qualified personnel. With Time and Attendance from ISGUS, you can flexibly adapt your working hours to the respective workload.