In order to flex your job to fit your life, you need a written proposal to present to your manager. And that proposal needs several sections to be thorough and convincing. This checklist gets you started on a few of them.
✔ Add a PURPOSE section that focuses on the employer payoffs, not your personal ones.
Related article: Don’t Get Personal: Make the Business Case for Flexible Work
✔ Answer the QUESTION: “Exactly how will your job get done in the new arrangement?”
Resource: Get the answer in the full PLAN section of the Flexible Work Proposal Packages.
✔ Include one or two lines that emphasize the TRIAL PERIOD of three to six months.
Get more trial period tips under Tactic #2 in this free guide to convincing your boss.
✔ Explain how you will EVALUATE your new work arrangement.
Resource: This is one of the template sections included in the Flexible Work Proposal Packages.
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WARNING: “Winging it” is the biggest mistake you can make when requesting a flexible work arrangement. You’ll make it too easy for your boss to respond with a knee-jerk No. Don’t risk it.
Presenting a detailed professional plan that covers all aspects of your new flexible schedule makes it hard for your boss to say No.
Using the WorkOptions fill-in-the-blank template makes it easy to finish your flexible work proposal. Click on a cover below to learn more.