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.
1MFWF spoke with economic historian and a labor economist Claudia Goldin about how flexibility could help eliminate the gender pay gap.
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.