Work flexibity is a central theme in books about productivity, wellness, parenthood, management, careers, changing demographics, work-life balance, and more. 1MFWF is pleased to share insights from a variety of authors in these interviews on why work flexibility matters and how to maximize its effectiveness, in our “Author Insights” series.
Kevin Sheridan is the author of The Virtual Manager, which explores how to most effectively manage remote workers.
Josh Levs, former reporter for NPR and CNN, focuses his book on dispelling myths about dads and moms and explaining the necessity of new workplace policies.
Heather Boushey's research focuses on economic inequality and public policy, specifically employment, social policy, and family economic well-being.
Christine Carter, Ph.D., is a sociologist and senior fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center.
Mike MacDonald and Jilly Gagnon are coauthors of Choose Your Own Misery: The Office Adventure, a darkly comic take on the "Choose Your Own Adventure" theme.
Kerry Hannon is a nationally recognized expert on career transitions, personal finance, and retirement.
By Melanie Kaye|2017-09-13T07:40:15+00:00August 26th, 2015|Categories: Author Insight Interviews, Business Case for Work Flexibility|Tags: Brigid Schulte, burnout, freelancers, gig economy, ideal worker, millennials, school|
Brigid Schulte has spoken all over the world about how to make time for The Good Life by redesigning work cultures and recapturing the value of leisure.
Julie Clow advocates for a work revolution around creating vibrant communities of people who work together to make the world a better place.
Author Nancy Collamer discusses her book: Second-Act Careers: 50+ Ways to Profit From Your Passions During Semi-Retirement.
Scott Behson is a national expert in work and family issues, and author of The Working Dad’s Survival Guide: How to Succeed at Work and at Home.