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5 Reasons Working a Flexible Schedule Can Make Breastfeeding Easier

By |September 20th, 2018|Categories: Benefits of Work Flexibility, Working Parents|Tags: , |

Whether you can’t wait to exercise your brain power at work after you’ve enjoyed a few weeks off for maternity leave or you’re going back to your job kicking and screaming because your family needs the income, you may feel like you’re fighting a losing battle if you want to work and breastfeed. It can be done, certainly, but it is likely going to be a challenge. […]

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How Work Flexibility for Parents Can Be Life-Changing

By |September 13th, 2018|Categories: Working Parents|Tags: , |

As we recognize National Working Parents Day on September 16, it's a good time to honor the people who are successfully navigating the balancing act every day and to remember how providing work flexibility for parents can help them in their efforts.

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How to Ask for Flexible Working Hours

By |September 11th, 2018|Categories: Requesting Work Flexibility|Tags: , , |

Even if you’re confident that a flexible schedule will lead to a more balanced life for you and boost your productivity for your company, it can still be difficult to ask your boss for flex. Here are some tips to ask for flexible working hours.

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How to Ask for Work Flexibility

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How to Ask for Flexible Working Hours

Even if you’re confident that a flexible schedule will lead to a more balanced life for you and boost your productivity for your company, it can still be difficult to ask your boss for flex. Here are some tips to ask for flexible working hours.

How to Find Flexible Work

Today it is easier than ever to find what once seemed to be a pipe dream: a position that has flexibility built into the role.

4 Tips To Make Your Current Job More Flexible

What if you could tailor your job to fit your work/life needs? You may be surprised to find that to make your job more flexible, you just have to ask.

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The Business Case for Work Flexibility

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Supporting Work Flexibility Helps Rural America Thrive

Many of the small towns in which rural Americans live often lack the big businesses and organizations that can offer the jobs they want. One way we can bridge this gap is by providing robust, reliable, and affordable broadband connections to rural America.

5 Female Executives Outspoken about the Value of Flexible Work

These five female executives have been outspoken about the need for flexible work—for working parents, for people with health issues… for everyone.

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5 Male Executives Outspoken about the Value of Flexible Work

Flexible work is not just for working moms, and it's not just for women. Here are five male executives speaking out about the value of flexible work.

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Work Flexibility Best Practices

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9 Templates to Help Your Company Boost Flex Efforts

Many templates for building outstanding work flex programs are just a mouse click away. Here are a few to consider as you craft a new policy.

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Harassment, Bullying, and Inflexible Work: A Continuum of Abuse?

Sexual harassment, bullying, and inflexibility are all symptoms of disrespectful workplaces. They can be treated by creating environments of mutual respect.

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Life Meets Work: Flex Solutions

Kyra Cavanaugh, President of Life Meets Work, talks with 1MFWF about the future of work and the impact of flexibility on their own company culture.

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Who We Are: 1MFWF Coalition

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