Congress is taking another run at legislating work flexibility. Here's a look at what both supporters and opponents are saying about a new proposal.
The College and University Work-Life-Family Association is hosting its annual work-life conference at Emory University from March 13-15, 2018.
In early November 2017, Rep. Mimi Walters (R-CA) introduced H.R. 4219, the “Workflex in the 21st Century Act.” Does it live up to its promise?
1MFWF Director Emma Plumb leads PsychArmor's new free course, “Supporting Veterans, Family Members & Wounded Warrior Caregivers with Flexible Work Options."
Managers' attitudes toward FWAs can be critical to their implementation. A new study identifies the extent to which those attidudes toward FWAs may change.
This September, thought leaders and recruiting professionals from across the country will head to Washington D.C. to attend the annual TRaD Works forum.
Dr. Heejung Chung is a labor market and welfare state researcher and professor in sociology and social policy at the University of Kent, United Kingdom.
If you had eight hours or four hours in which to work, which one would you say would allow you to be more productive? Eight hours, right? Not necessarily.