Work/Life & Hourly Workers: Best practices from Best Companies
Fem2.0 is proud to announce that we’ll be continuing our TalkShoe radio series on work/life next week with Work/Life & Hourly Workers: Best practices from Best Companies. Join moderator Leanne Chase of Career Life Connection on Tuesday, April 20 at 2PM EDT to discuss worklife solutions for hourly workers. Guests Carol Evans, CEO of Working Mother Media and Donna Klein, Executive Chair & Founder of Corporate Voices for Working Families will discuss the upcoming "Best Companies for Hourly Workers" survey and will share why it’s so crucial for every American worker to have flexibility, no matter what their job is. They will also share best practices from companies that are figuring out how to accommodate hourly employees and flex.
You can send in your questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org. As before, you can participate online through the TalkShoe website or Twitter. You can listen from your computer or pick up the phone (see call-in information below).
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 74229
Host: Leanne Chase, Career Life Connection
Carol Evans, CEO of Working Mother Media
Donna Klein, Executive Chair and Founder of Corporate Voices for Working Families
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