How flexible work arrangements can benefit tradies and their families

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      Flexible work arrangements can bring a number of benefits, such as improved job satisfaction, increased earning potential and better access to technology. Additionally, flexible working hours allow tradies to better manage their workload and create a more balanced home-life.

      The best way to set up a flexible work arrangement is by talking to your employer about the type of flexibility that works best for you. Depending on the workplace, there may be certain policies or procedures in place that you need to follow in order to arrange this. If you’re self-employed, make sure you have systems in place to track your income and expenses.

      As a tradie, it’s important to plan ahead and establish clear working boundaries. Prioritise self-care and make sure to take regular breaks in order to stay energised and productive. Additionally, make use of technology such as laptops and smartphones to be able to keep up with work while away from the office. Finally, don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it – your employer or workplace representative can provide assistance in setting up an arrangement that works best for everyone involved.

      If you run a trades business, it’s important to plan ahead and establish clear working boundaries. Prioritise self-care and make sure to take regular breaks in order to stay energised and productive.

      Other good habits tradies can adopt to improve work life balance is to work safely, stay hydrated and eat healthy and get more sleep.

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