Workplace Flexibility 2010 hosts “Focus on Workplace Flexibility”

November 30, 2010

Building on the momentum generated by the White House Forum on Workplace Flexibility, this week Workplace Flexibility 2010 is hosting “Focus on Workplace Flexibility” in partnership with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

This national conference will closely examine the demographic and economic changes transforming work and family, as well as effective business practices and practical public policy solutions to support workplace flexibility.  It will strengthen existing partnerships; accelerate the process of making workplace flexibility a standard of the American workplace; and highlight the pioneering contributions of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s program on Workplace, Work Force and Working Families.

The conference has also producing a number of new research papers that delve into workplace flexibility’s impact on stress management, time allocation in American families, the career cost of family, phased retirement, women’s employment levels in research science, informal workplace flexibility practices, working parents, and military families.  Read more at the links below: