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Creating an Effective Flexible Work EnvironmentManaging Workplace Flexibility in CaliforniaWork/Life Balance Policies VaryReturn-to-Work Programs and Flexibility Retain EmployeesWorkplace Flexibility Called a Talent Strategy2012 National Study Reveals Increased Workplace FlexibilityEmployers Tailor Work Flex for Select Populations with Special NeedsThe Business Case for Flex
Flexible Work Arrangements: A Compliance ChecklistWork/Life Balance, Learning Opportunities Impact Job SatisfactionTools and Training Prepare Managers for Workplace Flexibility
Men, Too, Desire Work/Life Balance
2012 'Bold New Ideas' Guide Highlights Workplace Flex Success
Misperceptions Hinder Flexibility, FWI-SHRM Report Shows
Workplace Flexibility Shouldn't Be Hushed Up
The Gift of Time--in Any Industry
Employees Feel Penalized for Integrating Work and Family
U.S. Workers Willing to Earn Less for Flexibility
24-Hour Shift: Mobile Employees Work Around the Clock
Flexibility Still Meeting Resistance
Flexible Work Options: 'Profound' Contradiction in Leaders' Attitudes
Feds Confident Telework Mandate Will Be Met
Unlimited Vacation Poses Challenges
High Gas Prices Challenge U.S. Businesses
Employees’ Choice: Top Companies for Work-Life Balance
What Generation Y Women Want: Autonomy and Self-Direction
Study: Flexible Schedules Reduce Conflict, Lower Turnover
Work/Life Balance: Not a ‘Mommy’ Issue
FWI/SHRM Guide Spotlights Flexible Workplace Successes
White House Advisor: Workplace Flexibility 'Will Keep America Competitive'
'Most Admired' Firms Address Work/Life, Generational Needs
Flexibility valued by Low-Wage Workers
Employers Take Informal Approach
Work/Life Among Key Worldwide HR Concerns
Crib Notes: Babies at Work
What Does Generation ‘Why?’ Really Want?
Thought Leaders Call Flexible Workplaces a 'Strategic Imperative'
Make Results Matter: Implementing a Results-Only Work Environment
Gap Outlet: Second Retailer Adopts Results-Only Work Environment Strategy
Clocking Out: Best Buy's novel come-and-go-as-you-please work style
Research Links Workplace Practices, Employee Health
From Dependence to Self-Sufficiency
Future Focus: ClockworkProductivity
Taking Time Off to the Bank
Managing a Nontraditional Workforce
Polls and Research:
SHRM-AARP Strategic Workforce Planning Poll
Workplace Flexibility in the 21st Century: Do Flexible Work Arrangements Make Employees Happier?
Future Focus: At Work in a Virtual World
SHRM Poll: Transitioning to a Virtual Organization
SHRM Poll: The Pressure to Work (the Employee Perspective)
SHRM Poll: Financial Challenges to the U.S. and Global Economy and Their Impact on Organizations (including flexible work benefits to save on building and maintenance costs)
SHRM Poll: The Continued Economic Downturn: the Employee Perspective (employees were asked about the impact of reducing or elimination flexible work benefits)
SHRM Research Report: Leading Now, Leading the Future: What Senior HR Leaders Need to Know (flexibility/adaptability is explored in detail throughout this summary)
SHRM Foundation Research: Work-Life Interference: Expanding our Measurement Conceptualization and Improving our Measurement
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