Strides in flex time show corporate culture can change — but has it really?

A recent New York Times article highlighting the use of flex time for parents working at the ‘Big 4’ accounting firms has received some criticism from Kyra Cavanaugh at MomsRising.org.  Cavanaugh argues that while the Big 4’s strides in family-friendly policies are noteworthy, they simply do not represent the groundbreaking cultural shift claimed in theirContinue reading “Strides in flex time show corporate culture can change — but has it really?”

Flexibility and the Reluctant Supervisor

Via the Work and Family Blog: Clearly one of the barriers when it comes to workplace flexibility is the reluctant supervisor. It’s hard enough, they say, to keep track of employees when you can see them! Who wants people coming and going at all hours of the day and “working” from home where you canContinue reading “Flexibility and the Reluctant Supervisor”