The majority of American employees want flexibility in the workplace, but less than half say they have it. Werk co-founder and co-CEO Annie Dean discusses bridging the ‘flexibility gap’ and the potential benefits for both bosses and workers. Cheddar TV.
Werk is a marketplace of flexible and innovative work opportunities for professional women.
If you want to know who’s fixing the workplace for ambitious women, look no further than Anna Auerbach of Werk Enterprises Inc. Bloomberg.
Employers today know that employees want flexibility, and many companies say they offer it. But there are lots of people out there who need flexibility but don’t have access to it. Harvard Business Review.
Flexibility isn’t just the future of feminismâ€”it’s the future of work. Huffington Post.
Rose Broome from HandUp, Annie Dean from Werk and Anna Auerbach from Werk are all listed on this list of 19 exciting social entrepreneurs on the rise in 2017 – plus their inspirations, recommendations, and recent lessons. Conscious Company Media.
Werk is trying to address the gender gap problem by negotiating for flexibility with employers before posting jobs, so employees don’t have to. NYTimes.
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