How "flexibility stigma" is holding back work-life balance

06/16/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Despite the growing options for flexibility in working hours and even locations, there is still a significant stigma attached to exercising those options, says Joan Williams, director for the Center for Work-Life Law at the Hastings College of the Law. While the stigma affects men and women differently, all might be subject to negative workplace consequences such as missed opportunities for advancement.

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