WFHN study cited in New York Times on closing workplace gender gap by giving employees schedule control

A recent study published in the journal Social Problems by a team of WFHN researchers is referenced in this New York Times piece that examines the factors involved with the workplace gender gap—including unequal pay, promotions, and longevity—and how embracing flexible schedules may help to close this gap.

Better sleep for employees, especially older workers, with more workplace flexibility & supervisor support

A study (in press in Sleep Health) by the WFHN reveals that those employees (particularly older workers) of an IT company that took part in an intervention study evaluating the effects of increased workplace flexibility and supervisor support experienced better duration and quality of sleep, as measured with wrist actigraphy. Photo: Kelsey on Flickr