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Dell's journey to a flexible working culture began in 2009 with their Connected Workplace programme, and today they have several flexible work arrangements in order for their employees to find the most efficient way of work that best suits them. They are aware of the number of benefits that flexible work can have on team members, the company and the environment and therefore encourage flexible working for their employees.
What we love about Dell:
💡 The use of technology and training to support team members to work anywhere at anytime
💡Flexible working has become part of Dell's culture and not just a perk. It focuses on inclusivity so team members don't feel isolated even if working remotely.
What's worth checking about Dell:
💡 Roles that require a physical presence on site, have a technology constraint or a security constraint that cannot be maintained from a non-dell facility are not eligible to work on a remote or mobile basis.
Articles about Dell:
💡 Culture and connection’s role in making flexible working work for everyone
💡 Dell Global HR Leader: Flexible Work is More Than a Perk; It’s Good Business