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The Future of Work is Flexible

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The Future of Work is Flexible is about the rise in demand for flexible work hours in corporate America. SquareFoot conducted a survey in junction with Justworks and found that employees would prefer flexible hours more so than even unlimited paid time off. And when it comes taking their next job, most employees would try a small percentage of salary for more flexibility. Are employers listening? See what the numbers say.

The Future of Work is Flexible is about the rise in demand for flexible work hours in corporate America. SquareFoot conducted a survey in junction with Justworks and found that employees would prefer flexible hours more so than even unlimited paid time off. And when it comes taking their next job, most employees would try a small percentage of salary for more flexibility. Are employers listening? See what the numbers say.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 75%
Design - 80%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 75%

75%

Final Grade

This infographic reviews survey results about employee preferences for flexibility. The opening illustration and subsequent scenes communicate flexible work/life balance pretty well. The unique black and white style of the copy and illustrations helps the green color stand out and catches the eye. The use of an office building as a background for a bar graph is a fun choice, too. That said, some of the conclusions drawn in the text don't seem to match up to the data — put one way, employees seem to prefer more flexible work hours and remote work to PTO, but once asked about what they'd take a pay cut for, the tables turn. Additionally, the final data set is a little underwhelming since 48% of the surveyed employees didn't seem to be offered any of the benefits listed. Be sure to choose your data carefully — good content is half of the success of any infographic, and no matter how compelling the design is, a tame stat will remain tame. There are also a couple of typos and odd grammar choices that make it hard to navigate the information. In all we'd give this a C.

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