Flexible Working Arrangements in Realizing Work-life Balance in Women Workers of Small and Medium Enterprises PIA RB Sidoarjo East Java


  • Elfia Nora Department Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia




Flexible Work Arrangements, Work-life Balance, Women, Small and Medium Enterprises


Flexible working arrangements are one of the human resource management practices in an organization, which pays great attention to the work-life balance of its workers. The hope is to produce the quality of work as established. The purpose of this study is to find out how the Implementation of Flexible Working Arrangements and Schedule Flexibility which is often applied to Women Workers of PIA RB Small and Medium Enterprises makes workers feel that there is a work-life balance. The research method uses a qualitative approach to the type of case study. Informants and research subjects were female workers at the PIA small and medium enterprise RB Pasuruan and business owners. The results of this study are known that flexible work arrangements are applied to workers by allowing workers to come not according to predetermined working hours if there is a personal interest, and there is no punishment, workers can set their work schedules to get results as targeted and to get wages as expected by workers.  The schedule flexibility applied by the company is more about time flexibility and timing flexibility, but with the application of this flexibility, workers have felt a balance or work-life balance


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How to Cite

Nora, E. (2022). Flexible Working Arrangements in Realizing Work-life Balance in Women Workers of Small and Medium Enterprises PIA RB Sidoarjo East Java . International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business  Management, 1(2), 146–152. https://doi.org/10.54099/ijebm.v1i2.361