Global Study on Men and Work-Life Integration
The Global Study on Men and Work-Life Integration sought to understand how organizations can remove the stereotypes and barriers that prevent men from utilizing work-life offerings as well as what prevents leaders and managers, who are often men, from supporting the use of work-life options. WFD Consulting and WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress (AWLP) partnered on this study, which WFD conducted in November and December 2010. The study surveyed more than 2,300 men and women working in organizations with 500 or more employees. Respondents came from three emerging countries: Brazil, China and India; and three developed countries: Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. The report presents findings on these topics: Work and Personal Identity, Managing Work and Family Life, Financial Stress, Leadership Attitudes, Organizational Culture.
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New Career Paradigm Study
WFD presents the "New Career Paradigm" study, describing what is driving today's career choices and how these patterns affect companies' recruitment and retention efforts.
New Career Paradigm Flexibility Briefing
WFD presents the "New Career Paradigm Flexibility Briefing," focusing on the study's findings related to workforce stability.
"Winning the Competition for Talent: The Role of the New Career Paradigm in Total Rewards"
By WFD's Peter Linkow
Workspan, October 2006