SUBSCRIBE E-NEWSLETTERS AWARDS COLUMNS MULTIMEDIA CONFERENCES ABOUT US RESEARCH
Coping with Work and Life

This article accompanies Balancing Work/Life by the Hour.

Monday, July 11, 2011
Write To The Editor Reprints

"When flexibility wasn't built into the workplace, workers developed informal coping mechanisms to meet pressing family obligations."

That was one of the findings of research by University of Michigan researchers Lawrence Root and Alford Young, who looked at assembly-line workers and some of the informal ways they adopted to meet family obligations.

Newsletter Sign-Up:

Benefits
HR Technology
Talent Management
HR Leadership
Inside HR Tech
HRENow
Special Offers

Email Address



Privacy Policy

 
Read the study
here.

Copyright 2014© LRP Publications