This program examines the changing workplace of the 21st century, where employees are shifting from traditional 9 to 5 work settings to nontraditional work arrangements that permit greater flexibility and accommodation with lifestyle changes.
Indeed, as more women enter and re-enter the workforce and more men assume household/parenting duties, companies increasingly respond with creative flex scheduling arrangements, such as computerized scheduling, job sharing, compressed workweeks, and telecommuting.
Viewers become acquainted with such new work options. Viewing time: 10 minutes. 2007.
This item is part of the Non-Traditional Careers for the 21st Century Series.