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By Miranda Gregory|2017-11-20T07:47:40+00:00November 20th, 2017|Categories: Work Flexibility Stories|Tags: benefits of flexibility, flexibility story, international, working parents|
Miranda Gregory of GPS Return is helping to make getting back to work after a career break a normal, accepted, and expected step in every parent’s career.
By Jennifer Parris|2017-11-16T11:39:58+00:00November 16th, 2017|Categories: Why We Want Work Flexibility|Tags: benefits of flexibility, health, mental health, remote work|
Our 1 Million for Work Flexibility community showcases how work flex means not having to choose between caring for your health or keeping your job.
By Greg Kratz|2017-11-13T06:45:47+00:00November 14th, 2017|Categories: Research Related to Work Flexibility|Tags: collaboration, management, remote work|
It's vital that both employees and employers develop key communication skills, because the push toward more flexibility is only going to increase.
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.
1MFWF Director Emma Plumb leads PsychArmor's new free course, “Supporting Veterans, Family Members & Wounded Warrior Caregivers with Flexible Work Options."
Robert Kasher, Vice President-Strategic Alliances for Enago, talks about operating a global company and the role flexibility will play in its future growth.
5 points stand out from the #NationalFlexDay webinar as key messages when it comes to the current state of flexible work in the U.S. and where it’s going.
It's not intuitively easy to communicate and collaborate while working across different time zones. That's why it's key to plan ahead carefully.
Managers' attitudes toward FWAs can be critical to their implementation. A new study identifies the extent to which those attidudes toward FWAs may change.
While 1MFWF does not offer specific legal or tax advice, here are a few items to consider regarding work flexibility tax implications.