Flexible Working, Professional Success and Being Female: Are they Incompatible?

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Waumsley, Julie A.; Houston, Diane M.;
  • Publisher: Canadian Center of Science and Education
  • Subject: BF | manop

The UK’s flexible working strategy has developed progressively since 2000, reflecting changes in the economic, political and social climate. Research has shown employees to be concerned about the effects of flexible working on career success. This paper (N=266 & N=1093)... View more
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