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Flexible Policies, Closed Minds: Flexibility Stigma and Participation in Family-Friendly Programs at Work

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Flexible Policies, Closed Minds: Flexibility Stigma and Participation in Family-Friendly Programs at Work
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APA
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Judi Casey

ReWork: Rethinking Work and Well-being

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Blog
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ReWork: Rethinking Work and Well-being
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Huffington Post

All over the world, more and more businesses are realizing how deeply connected the health of their long-term bottom line is with the long-term health and well-being of their employees.

Independent Students' Guide to Health Care

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Independent Students' Guide to Health Care
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Bestcolleges.com
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bestcolleges.com

Hot Topics in Work and Family Research

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Hot Topics in Work and Family Research
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Huffington Post
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Judi C Casey

What are the hot topics in work and family research?  Find out based on the sessions from the 2014 WFRN conference.

Written as we celebrate National Work and Family Month.

Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life

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Book
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Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life
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Total Leadership

You’re busy trying to lead a “full” life. But does it really feel full—or are you stretched too thin?

Why TED Has Given All Of Its Employees A Mandatory Two-Week Summer Vacation

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Why TED Has Given All Of Its Employees A Mandatory Two-Week Summer Vacation
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Fast Company

Here's an idea worth spreading: Enforced time off. Now, go share this with your boss.

Crossing Borders: A Mini-Conference on Carework

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Call for Papers
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Crossing Borders: A Mini-Conference on Carework
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Carework Network and Eastern Sociological Society

The Carework Network will be hosting a mini-conference in conjunction with the annual meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society in New York February 26-March 1, 2015. We are seeking submissions related to care work broadly defined, especially those which focus on the conference theme of crossing borders. Topics may include:

·       Immigration and migration and care work

Latest Research: Why Everyone Should Take Vacation

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Latest Research: Why Everyone Should Take Vacation
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Washington Post

If You’re Always Working, You’re Never Working Well

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Blog
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If You’re Always Working, You’re Never Working Well
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network

"When we accept this new and permanent ambient workload — checking business news in bed or responding to coworkers’ emails during breakfast — we may believe that we are dedicated, tireless workers. But, actually, we’re mostly just getting the small, easy things done. Being busy does not equate to being effective."

No One Should Have to Choose Between Caregiving and Work

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No One Should Have to Choose Between Caregiving and Work
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network
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