Flexible Schedules

Life can be hectic. Through our Empl​oyee Experience Survey, you told us loud and clear that you want more flexibility in the workplace. We listened and we’re proud to offer a variety of flexible schedules. Flexible schedules are creative and alternative approac​​hes that help you achieve a healthy work/life balance.

It’s one more way we put our people first and the starting po​​int for any flexible schedule is a conversation with your leader. Working together, you can determine if ​a flexible schedule works for you, your team, and CHG.

Please review the flex schedule types below and review our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.

Type of Schedule ​Description

Standard Full-Time Work Schedule

A standard work schedule is 8 hours per day, five days per week with regular starting and ending hours.

Compressed Work Schedule

A compressed work schedule condenses one or more standard work weeks into fewer, longer days. Examples include:

  • Four 10-hour days each week

  • Four nine-hour days and one four-hour day each week

  • Nine nine-hour days over two weeks with one day off every other week

Note: Compressed schedules cannot exceed 10 working hours per work day.

Flex Time

A work schedule with variable starting and ending times, within limits set by your leader. You still work the same number of scheduled hours as you would under a standard 40-hour workweek. Examples include:

  • Staggered hours within a fixed schedule: Work with your leader to establish starting and ending times that differ from the team’s norm, but you maintain the same schedule each day. You should be present during the specific core working hours determined by the leader.

  • Compressed Schedule: You work a consistent schedule of a different number of hours each day but complete the expected number of hours within the week. (i.e., Monday and Wednesday: ten hours per day; Tuesday and Friday: eight hours per day; Thursday: four hours)

  • Mid-day flex time: You take a longer scheduled break than usual if you make up the extra time by starting work earlier or staying later. This must be on a consistent basis (i.e., work 8 am to 12 pm, off from 12 to 2 pm, then work 2 to 6 pm)

  • Occasional flex time: You work a flexible schedule for a specific, non-recurring event or reason (i.e., while a contractor is working inside your home for a few days). Please discuss possible options and timing with your leader as needed.

Part Time

A work schedule that is less than 40 hours per week on a regularly scheduled basis. Sales employees and leaders typically do not work part time due to the demands and nature of their jobs.

​Remote

A work arrangement in which you work at home or at an approved alternative worksite within the U.S. during part or all of the weekly work schedule.

  • Full-time remote: Permanent arrangement on a full-time basis.

  • Split-time remote: A permanent arrangement where you work a full-time schedule, but alternate between a home and in-office workspace

  • Periodic remote: A work arrangement in which you work at home on a short-term, as-needed basis

Job Sharing

Two part-time employees sharing a full-time role​​​​​​​​​​​​

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