Focus on work/life balance could free you from the office

By Dorothy Ramienski
Internet Editor
Federal News Radio

Will your 9 to 5 work schedule soon be a thing of the past?

Federal News Radio told you about a recent hearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management and the Federal Workforce, where officials from the Office of Personnel Management gave the initial details of a pilot program called the Results Only Work Environment (ROWE).

The program will start early next month, and will allow selected employees to work from wherever they want, whenever they want, as long as the job gets done.

Kathleen Lingle is executive director of the Alliance for Work/Life Progress at WorldatWork.

She also testified at the hearing and spoke about the overall importance of work/life balance, citing a variety of sources that demonstrate that work/life programs make an office more productive overall.

Read more here.

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