AbstractIn 2008, the Alfred P. Sloan Workplace, Workforce, and Working Families Program funded a multiple methods research project involving surveys, in-depth interviews, and observational research of mothers’ group members’ attitudes on workplace flexibility. The organizations included in this analysis were Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS), the National Association of Mothers’ Centers (NAMC), Mocha Moms, MomsRising, and Mothers & More. This report presents the first set of preliminary findings from the survey component of the project that was conducted from April-June 2009.
SubjectsMothers, Workplace flexibility, Work environment, Mothers organizations
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