How women and men use flexible working arrangements

07/8/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Most "high-potential" employees say their companies offer flexible working arrangements, according to a study by Catalyst. The survey revealed that both men and women use flexible working options, but they don't necessarily use the same ones to the same extent. "[W]omen are more likely to telecommute, which could unintentionally be creating a talent drain in companies by denying these women access to influential networks, senior-level sponsors and advancement opportunities," write Anna Beninger and Nancy Carter of Catalyst.

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