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Flexible Employment Summaries

Do you have to look after your kids, care for a sick family member or commute for hours every day? These are just some of the arguments against a fixed nine-to-five, five-days-a-week job. Successful organizations offer their employees flexible working hours.

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Crowdstorm
Book
 

Shaun Abrahamson et al.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013

(7)

The Virtual Manager
Book
 

Kevin Sheridan

Career Press, 2012

(8)

Empowering Employees
Book

Mimi Meredith and Kenneth L. Murrell

McGraw-Hill, 2000

(5)

Mass Career Customization
Book
 

Cathleen Benko and Anne Weisberg

Harvard Business Review Press, 2007

(9)

Work Naked
Book
 

Cynthia C. Froggatt

Jossey-Bass, 2001

(7)

Mothers Unite!
Book
 

Jocelyn Elise Crowley

Cornell UP, 2013

(7)

The Boomer Retirement Time Bomb
Book
 

Donald L. Venneberg and Barbara Welss Eversole

Praeger, 2010

(7)

More Build It Big
Book
 

Direct Selling Women's Alliance

Kaplan Publishing, 2006

(7)

Reworking Retirement
Book

Allyn I. Freeman and Robert E. Gorman

Adams Media, 2007

(7)

Going Solo
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William J. Bond

McGraw-Hill, 1997

(6)

The Corporate Lattice
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Cathleen Benko and Molly Anderson

Harvard Business Review Press, 2010

(8)

Manager of Choice
Book

Nancy S. Ahlrichs

Davies-Black, 2003

(5)

A New Kind of Job Market
Video

Wingham Rowan

TED Conferences LLC, 11/2012

(8)

The 60-Second Commute
Book

Erica Orloff and Kathy Levinson

FT Prentice Hall, 2003

(6)

Gurus, Hired Guns and Warm Bodies
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Stephen R. Barley and Gideon Kunda

Princeton UP, 2004

(8)

Get the Best from a Career Break
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Steps to Success

A&C Black, 2005

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101 Tips for Telecommuters
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Debra A. Dinnocenzo

Berrett-Koehler, 1999

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Flexible Employment

Flexible employment may not be an option in certain industries, but clearly the trend continues to pick up significant momentum. Companies sensitive to work-life balance issues are creating flexible schedules in hopes of boosting job satisfaction and preventing employees from seeking other opportunities. If your organization has already instituted flexible employment or you’re considering it, please allow getAbstract to keep you fully informed with our flexible employment book summaries.

Whether it’s remote employment, home employment or a variation, you’ll find an abundance of beneficial information in our library. We consistently add interesting and helpful summaries to this category so you stay current with trends in flexible employment. You’ll learn about the wide variety of flexible employment options and practices, including staggered start times, telecommuting, compressed work weeks and job sharing.

Mutual Benefits

The growing popularity of flexible employment is the result of employers and employees both seeking mutual benefits. Our summaries will explain how companies, in recognizing the time constraints and multiple responsibilities their employees face, are trying to provide practical solutions. getAbstract shows why flexible employment, if properly executed, improves worker productivity and morale, reduces stress and absenteeism and can attract potential new employees.

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