Class Readings for Flextime Recommended by Maryanne Hyland

  • A (19)
  • B (8)
  • C (21)
  • D (6)
  • E (10)
  • F (22)
  • G (7)
  • H (5)
  • I (10)
  • L (3)
  • M (8)
  • N (1)
  • O (11)
  • P (9)
  • Q (1)
  • R (8)
  • S (10)
  • T (26)
  • U (4)
  • V (1)
  • W (19)
Activity Description: 

Click here to view the full-citations (with annotations) of these readings in the Sloan Network's Literature Database. 

Beers, T. (2000). Flexible schedules and shift work, replacing the 9 to 5 workday? Monthly Labor Review, 123(6), 33-40.

Dalton, D., & Mesch, D. (1990). The impact of flexible scheduling on employee attendance and turnover. Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, 370-387.

Hill, E. J., Hawkins, A. J., Ferris, M., & Weitzman, M. (2001). Finding an extra day a week: The positive influence of perceived job flexibility and work family life balance. Family Relations, 50(1), 49-58.

Olmsted, B., & Smith, S. (1997). Managing in a flexible workplace. New York: Amacom.

Shephard, E., Clifton, T., & Kruse, D. (1996).Flexible work hours and productivity: Some evidence from the pharmaceutical industry. Industrial Relations, 35(1), January, 123-39.

Activity Source: 

Content Contributed by Maryanne Hyland for her Sloan Network Encyclopedia Entry, Flextime.