About 40 percent of retirees would be willing to work again if all conditions were the same as at their last job. But that willingness jumps with flex.
When companies take time to formulate a plan for part-time work, design those positions, and implement things fairly, the results can be beneficial for all.
New research suggests that companies that help their workers strengthen family bonds will help boost employee energy as well as their bottom line.
Managers' attitudes toward FWAs can be critical to their implementation. A new study identifies the extent to which those attidudes toward FWAs may change.
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.
Dr. Daniel Arnold helped organize an interdisciplinary conference on “Flexible Work in the Digital Age", focused on work flexbility and work-life balance.
Research from Boston Consulting Group reveals that women’s reluctance to apply for senior roles may stem from company culture more than lack of ambition.