Beyond work-family balance: Are family-friendly organizations more attractive?
||A study of 4 distinct effects of family friendly practices (FFP) namely, on-site child care, generous personal leaves, flexible scheduling, and telecommuting, as well as candidates' desires for role segmentation and corporate reputation on organizational attractiveness, from 5 scenarios presented to 110 subjects in a Canadian university continuing education management class
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