Attend an upcoming forum on working families hosted by the White House, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the Center for American Progress.
We need downtime to help our brains function at a high level. Flex schedules and working from home help us gain control over our time and rest our brains.
Happy International Women’s Day 2014! Support work flexibility as a way to ensure a bright, equal future for working women and all professionals.
A new study shows that with proper training, managers are fully capable of improving employee performance no matter where, when, or how that employee works.
While we take work flexibility very seriously, we had a good laugh when Stephen Colbert poked a bit of fun at the telecommuting trend in this clip.
The vast majority of telecommuters treat their days just like a regular day at the office. Sticking to a routine, setting goals, and working regular hours are some of the hallmarks of a day in the life of a telecommuter.
There are a variety of ways that flexible work helps people stay healthy, like giving them more time for exercise and helping them avoid the flu.