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A brand boost; bragging rights to help you recruit, develop and retain top talent; and national and local media attention—these are just a few of the reasons your organization should apply for the your organization should apply for the When Work Works Award.
If you’re an effective and flexible employer or want feedback on how to make your workplace even better, apply now for the When Work Works Award (formerly the Sloan Award). Applications take about 30 minutes to complete and all applicants, regardless of whether you win, receive a free benchmarking report and inclusion in our searchable tool!
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Free Workflex and Telework Webcast Oct. 7: Everyone’s Guide to Working Anywhere
For many organizations, strategic conversations about workflex options are less likely to be about whether there should be telework and more likely to be about how to telework. Telework done right has many benefits while telework done wrong can be an exercise in disappointment.
In this FREE webcast, Kenneth Matos, Ph.D., senior director of research for the Families and Work Institute, will share tips for HR professionals, managers and employees to do telework right. Also on this webcast are two past When Work Works award winners, who will share their stories on how they make telework work in their organization: Michelle L. Artibee, MBA, program manager, career/life and communication strategies, at Cornell University, and Marcee Harris Schwartz, national director, diversity & inclusion, at BDO USA LLP.
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