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Workplace Flexibility Resource Page

Millennial Dads Want Flex Hours, Robust Benefits
As Generation Y fathers shoulder more parenting responsibility, their workplace expectations rise.

When Work Works Awards Open Aug. 17
The When Work Works Award, one of the nation’s most prestigious workplace honors, provides employers with national bragging rights along with media attention for effective work policies and practices.

Free Workflex Assessment Tool Available
Ever wonder how your workplace flexibility strategies stack up against others in your industry? Find out by completing a free Workflex Assessment offered by the When Work Works initiative.

Teleworkers More Productive—Even When Sick
Telework may be embraced more fully once Millennials make up the majority of the workplace, according to experts.

Flexwork Policies on the Rise, Participation Lags
About one-half of organizations provided employees the option of flexible work arrangements such as teleworking in 2014, but only one-third of those reported that most of their employees were actually allowed to use them.

Paid Paternity Leave—a ‘Mommy Track’ Antidote?
Advocates of paid paternity leave argue that until U.S. businesses give male workers paid paternity leave—and insist that fathers use it—then taking time off a job to care for a newborn will continue to stigmatize women.

Leveraging Workplace Flexibility
A new report from the SHRM Foundation, The Evolution of Work and the Worker, looks at the changing nature of the workplace.

Men Need Work/Life Balance, Too
Paternity leave proves to be a potent benefit for today’s working fathers.




The 2020 Workforce
Sponsored by SuccessFactors
Date of presentation: December 2014

Reinvent Work
Date of presentation: October 2014

HR and the Aging Workforce
Date of presentation: October 2014

Five Mistakes That Push Talent Out
Sponsored by BambooHR
Date of presentation: October 2014

Generation Z: The Next Generation of Worker
Date of presentation: September 2014




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Moving Work Forward is a major, multiyear partnership between the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Families and Work Institute (FWI).