In an effort to drive productivity and boost morale, Millennial-minded companies are ditching the dated 9 to 5 schedule to offer employees flexible working hours.
While a majority of start-ups entice new employees with this model, older companies, like Snag, are beginning to shift to adopt these policies. Snag, a platform that connects hourly workers with employers offers an all-in-one solution for both parties, but unlike other temporary work platforms, Snag provides its employees with the same benefits as those with long-term, full time jobs.
Employees using this service are offered a steady stream of work, including competitive benefit packages, while still maintaining the freedom to select their own hours. According to Peter Harrison, Snag's CEO, "Snag is committed to connecting people with work that best fits their talents and availability so they can maximize their potential and live more fulfilling lives."
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