According to Gallup's new "State of the American Workplace," just 33 percent of workers are engaged at work. Work flexibility could help.
Research Explainer: “Telecommuting and Earnings Trajectories Among American Women and Men 1989–2008”, Social Forces
A new study shows that the majority of telecommuting takes place after hours and on weekends, without a correlated increase in earnings.
The average life expectancy in the U.S. is now 30 years longer than it was a century ago. Allianz sought to learn how people feel about those extra years.
A new report from the U.S. Department of Labor highlights the value of flexibility for the millions of working Americans who are also caregivers.
A new report from Gallup, "Women in America: Work and Life Well-Lived," outlines why and how businesses should recruit and retain women (hint: flex is key).
Research Explainer: “Gender Discrepancies in the Outcomes of Schedule Control on Overtime Hours and Income in Germany,” European Sociological Review
A new study shows that people who have more control over their schedules tend to work longer hours than those who have less control.
Research Explainer: “Predicting Access to Paid Leave and Workplace Flexibility”, Center for American Progress
A new report from the Center for American Progress shows that people who have the greatest need for flexibility aren't always the most likely to have it.
Learn more about the Boston College Center for Work & Family new report, "The New Millennial Dad: Understanding the Paradox of Today's Fathers."