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Erin A. Cech

Cech analyzes impacts on employees of "ideal worker norms" and workplace flexibility bias

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"Workplace flexibility bias not just a mother's problem" - Science Daily. 04/30/2018.

Lindsey O'Connor and Erin Cech examine America's "ideal worker norms" -- beliefs held by many US employers that employees should be single-mindedly devoted to them, available to work full-time until retirement, and have few interruptions from family -- and how these norms result in job inflexibility, lower employee satisfaction, and more work-life spill-over.

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