Making Work Flexible: Policy to Practice (Report)Feb 06, 1996
Making Work Flexible: Policy to Practice is a practical, comprehensive guide that shows organizations and managers how to implement and manage flexible work arrangements in corporations and professional firms. The study focuses on the business case, which provides strong motivation for adopting flexibility, and provides extensive examples that highlight successful strategies.
Impetus: Based on more than 30 years of research and hands-on work with corporations and professional firms, Catalyst believes that flexibility is a key component in women’s recruitment, retention, and advancement.
- Researchers interviewed and held roundtable discussions with human resources representatives from 16 corporations and 15 professional firms with nationally recognized experience with workplace flexibility.
Findings: Catalyst creates a four-pronged approach to flexibility which consists of building organizational support, supporting managers and users, internalizing the practice, and sustaining the commitment.
Sponsor: Deloitte & Touche LLP