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By Rachel Jay|2018-05-17T09:30:10+00:00May 18th, 2018|Categories: Remote Work|Tags: home office, remote work, work from home|
Despite workers being more productive in a home office and the bottom-line benefits of remote work to employers, many companies are still hesitant to embrace it. Here are seven suggestions to convince your boss to allow a work-from-home arrangement.
By Greg Kratz|2018-05-16T07:18:32+00:00May 15th, 2018|Categories: Events on Work Flexibility|Tags: benefits of flexibility, implementing work flexibility, paid leave, work flex in film|
A new film, Zero Weeks, examines all aspects of the nation's paid family leave problem through the eyes of real people who are struggling because of it.
By Jennifer Parris|2018-05-09T08:18:04+00:00May 10th, 2018|Categories: Benefits of Work Flexibility|Tags: benefits of flexibility, flexible schedule, people with disabilities, work-life alignment|
In 2016, four times the number of disabled people joined the workforce than who were working working in the previous year. Here's how disabled workers are finding greater opportunities for employment.
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.
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.
Here are six skills to develop now that should help you prove you're ready for flexibility when your time to ask arrives.
These five female executives have been outspoken about the need for flexible work—for working parents, for people with health issues… for everyone.
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.
1MFWF Director Emma Plumb leads PsychArmor's new free course, “Supporting Veterans, Family Members & Wounded Warrior Caregivers with Flexible Work Options."
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.
Sexual harassment, bullying, and inflexibility are all symptoms of disrespectful workplaces. They can be treated by creating environments of mutual respect.
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.