The concept of flexible working arrangements was introduced by Arkinsons 1984 as a tool to help drive the workforce into adopting any shifts or changes in the working environment. This new paradigm reasonably points out to the claim that the flexibility of work arrangements will result in two direct impacts on the working environment. One impact of this is that the business will shift to the allocation of the workload or demand to the works force. In addition to this, employees tend to have the privilege to choose work schedules, timelines as well as select their employers. The latter of this argument is the fact that it is claimed to be an effective tool to shift the drive of the entire workforce to better positions where they can adopt any changes in the working environment.