'Women’s work penalty' in the access to flexible working arrangements across Europe

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Chung, Heejung;

Do women and workers in female dominated workplaces have better access to flexible working arrangements? Given women’s roles in caregiving and due to the ‘flexibility stigma’ that may come with the use of flexible working arrangements, women and workers in female-domina... View more
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