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3 Reasons Managers Fear Flexible Work Arrangements — And What to Do About Them

If you’re like most working Americans, you probably spend the bulk of your waking hours on the job — which also probably means you’re struggling to achieve a decent work-life balance. In fact, in a recent FlexJobs survey, 70% of U.S. adults said they’re not satisfied with their work-life balance, yet 94% felt that having more job...
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