Thanks for the share of this great infographic, Quill

“People used to work in a factory or office 8 to 5 or overnight. They stayed until the job was done or their manager said they could leave. For years, society persisted in a “grind” of daily work.

But a lot has changed in the last few decades, much of it driven by technology. People are no longer stuck at desks during the daytime hours. Fewer people go to work in a factory. The co-workers you have may be located in the same building—or they may be halfway across the globe, depending on the industry that you’re a part of.

Flex time and remote work has taken hold in the workplace for the better. Flexible work is something that more and more people, particularly the younger generation of workers, are interested in pursuing.

Here’s what you should know about the flex time concept.”