National Work and Family Month
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WorldatWork's Alliance for Work-Life Progress first established October as National Work & Family Month in 2003. It is nationally recognized by members of Congress, businesses, academic institutions, work-life advocacy groups and individuals aiming to succeed at home and on the job. The goal is to encourage employers to think strategically about family-friendly policies and work-life benefits such as workplace flexibility, health and wellness, dependent care, community involvement, organizational culture, financial security, and paid and unpaid time off to attract, motivate and retain a talented workforce.

 
 
National Work and Family Month Videos
 

Telework Banned: A New Trend? |  5:05
Telework Banned: A New Trend?  |  5:05
The Bottom-Line Impact of Workplace Flexibility  |  8:00
Quantifying the Value of Work-Life Benefits at Prudential Financial  |  5:44
Research in Brief: Trends in Employee Well-being  |  7:14
Looking Inside 'Workplace Solutions' at KPMG  |  6:25
Work-Life: Advice for Employers on Implementing Expanding Benefits
New Workplace Flexibility Research Data

Telework (in some form) is offered by 88% of organizations and is one of the top three most prevalent flexibility programs offered.

More from the 2013 Survey on Workplace Flexibility.

 

 

   

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