Flexible work arrangements are getting popular day by day. Employers have realized that providing flexibility in work arrangement helps in attracting better quality resources, reducing absenteeism, increasing engagement and reducing turnover. Organizations, these days are opting for different types of flexible work arrangements like variable schedules, part time work, and telecommuting. However, along with the plethora of benefits, flexible work arrangements also come with a few issues. There still lies a stigma around flexibility and many believe that people working with flexible work arrangements are neither productive nor helpful. This implies that when organizational leaders implement flexible working arrangements, there often is a gap between what has been instructed and how the everyday work is being carried out. On the other hand, many employees also feel that they have access to fewer growth opportunities when they take up flexible work arrangements. Flexible work arrangements need to be handled strategically so that the organizations can reap the benefits.