The Jones Bank Of Canada

3012 Words Jun 20th, 2015 13 Pages
INTRODUCTION
The Jones Bank of Canada is a financial institution focused on retail customers, Small and medium scale enterprises as well as asset management. The Jones Bank of Canada through years of growth, and positive financial performance has invested more in human capital and now has employees that cut across Millenials, Generation X and Baby Boomers. This article proposes a strong and robust plan to cater to and ensure employees have an optimum work life balance and possess accessible and adequate health and wellness plans.
Millenials: Born early 1980 to 2000 (Between 35 and 15)
Generation X: Born between 1960 and 1980 (Between 55 and 35
Baby Boomers: Born after the 2nd world war: Between 1946 and 1964 (Between 69 and 51)
W0RK-LIFE
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Singh 2013 identifies that job satisfaction reflects how well an individual is happy with various aspects of his job to which work-life balance is an aspect. The following factors make up a Work life Balance plan that should be implemented by the Jones Bank of Canada and caters to the varying needs of Baby boomers, Generation X and Millennials.

Flexible Work Arrangements
Flexible work arrangement refers to alternate arrangements, schedules, and locations from the traditional working day, week and location. By offering flexible work arrangements, employees of the Jones Bank of Canada can choose/tailor flexible work arrangements that best meet their individual or family needs. Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (2015). With the advent of technology, new social values, globalization and more interconnectivity, the traditional idea of what work is and what it entails is evolving rapidly. The traditional context of work is gradually becoming outdated. There is business benefit in offering the flexibility and agility that would enable a flexible work environment. The new challenges and opportunities of the evolving work landscape can be met by developing a flexible work environment framework. The Jones Bank of Canada will see business benefit in offering Flexibility in its work arrangements that caters to the personal and work needs of multiple generations, increases productivity and strategically places the Bank in a position to meet with the challenges of an
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