Flexible Work & Fair Scheduling

Workplace flexibility, access to alternative work arrangements, and fair scheduling practices are crucial to America’s working families. Such policies help reconcile work-family responsibilities, enable workers to stay globally competitive as they pursue further training and education, protect workers from the abuse and uncertainty that often accompany volatile scheduling practices, and can assist older workers in the transition from work to retirement.

Our research on flexible work and fair scheduling highlights alternative ways to structure work so that women and their families can fully participate in the economy.

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Recent Publications

The Status of Black Women in the United States

Asha DuMonthier, Chandra Childers, Ph.D., Jessica Milli, Ph.D.

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