Flexibility in corporate America

Star, Marlene Givant
June 1993
Mothering;Summer93, Issue 67, p106
Discusses the benefits of unconventional solutions to the working parent dilemma that serve both corporate and family interests. Modified work arrangements; Child-care assistance; Flextime; Job sharing; Compressed workweeks; Access to liberal benefits. INSETS: Forms of corporate flexibility, by Marlene Givant Star.;The IBM model, by Marlene Givant Star..


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