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Flexible work arrangements and policies that address caregiving roles result in paybacks for both employers and employees. Research shows that employees with a satisfying work/life balance are more productive, creative, innovative and motivated at work and are less likely to leave their positions. Flexibility also encourages gender diversity in the workplace by easing the way for women to stay on their chosen career tracks while providing caregiving to children and family members or pursuing other interests and responsibilities.

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July 24, 2009 posted by Amy Sueyoshi*This Sunday (July 26) while others will be celebrating National Parent’s Day, I will be honoring my...
July 26, 2009 posted by Rebekah Spicuglia*National Parents Day, unlike the heavily promoted and merchandised Mother’s and Father’s Days...
Earlier this week Rebekah Spicuglia, non-custodial parent advocate extraordinaire, blogged for us as part of our National Parent’s Day forum....
 July 29, 2009 posted by Linda BaschLast Sunday marked the 15th annual observance of National Parents’ Day, a holiday established to...
By Kyla Bender-Baird As the economy came toppling down on us last year, one of the first things to get sidelined was workplace flexibility and...

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