Workplace Flexibility 2010 is a public policy initiative at Georgetown Law. We view workplace flexibility as part of the solution to a myriad of intense pressures facing American employees and employers.
Since 2003, we have worked to create a deep substantive knowledge base on workplace flexibility through a systematic review of laws impacting workplace flexibility in this country. In addition, we have engaged a diverse range of stakeholders, including business and labor representatives, in thoughtful dialogue about common-sense workplace flexibility public policies.
In 2010, we will complete the development of a comprehensive set of public policy recommendations that will increase access to workplace flexibility for all Americans – in a way that works for both employees and employers.
We will also lay the groundwork for implementation of meaningful workplace flexibility policy solutions over the next decade.
Workplace Flexibility 2010 is part of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s National Initiative on Workplace Flexibility. The National Initiative is a collaborative effort leveraging innovative business practice, academic research and public policy in order to make workplace flexibility a standard of the American workplace.