Growing flexibility on work schedules

WORK-LIFE BALANCE: From left, Nicole Blais, senior project manager at Shawmut Design and Construction, Corine Andrade, project manager, and Gordon Zaniol, project manager, confer in the firm's Providence office. Shawmut provides its employees with flexible work schedules to accommodate other important life obligations. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
WORK-LIFE BALANCE: From left, Nicole Blais, senior project manager at Shawmut Design and Construction, Corine Andrade, project manager, and Gordon Zaniol, project manager, confer in the firm's Providence office. Shawmut provides its employees with flexible work schedules to accommodate other important life obligations. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
One employee wants to work early in the morning, leaving by 1 p.m. to care for her young children. Another wants to work four days a week for the next four months, working longer hours in that compressed week to save an extra day for his marathon training. Which one gets the flexible schedule they…

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