Flexible work is for everyone. That’s right, flexible work really is for everyone, regardless of parental status, gender, or reason. LinkedIn’s 2019 “Global Talent Trends” report reveals a 78% increase in job posts that mention work flexibility in just two years. This is just one of the findings that have led the career social networking [...]
Job sharing is a flexible work practice you may not have considered, but could be key to more family time, better health, and excelling in our careers. Here are some job sharing myths debunked.
Whether it's shifting hours, telecommuting, going part-time, or choosing some other option, flexibility is a popular trend in workplaces around the world. To provide a taste of the direction these conversations have headed during the last decade or so, here are six TED Talks that touch on flexibility and its effect on the world of work.
Recently released government statistics show that what flex work advocates have long expected has officially come to pass: telecommuting has become more common than taking public transit to work. Here's what you need to know.
Unfortunately, the different wants and needs of non-parents sometimes don't get the same attention and understanding from managers when it comes to work flex. Here's why flexibility is great for non-parents, too.
The 2018 Flex Impact Awards will be presented at the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance’s annual conference Diversity + Flexibility = Embracing Change on March 21, 2018 in Washington, DC. Here's how it will be honoring the flex trailblazers.