Family-Friendly Programs Add Value

September 1998
Financial Executive;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p11
Academic Journal
The article reports on a survey of chief financial officers concerning family-friendly programs, which was conducted by the staffing service RHI Management Resources. Nearly all of the respondents said that work-and-family balance issues have become more important during the past five years. Because of the demand for finance executives and accounting professionals, businesses are meeting their requests for flexible work hours, job sharing, and telecommuting options.


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