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Dear Companies: Don't Give Us Flex Time if You're Going to Punish Us for Using It

chained to work

Here's what happens when workers are chained to their jobs. (Hint: It's not good.)

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You've probably heard this story before: A female employee is pleasantly surprised by her company’s willingness to accommodate her new role as a mom. She’s given permission to leave at 5 p.m. sharp to pick up her son from daycare, and she’s even allowed to work from home when he’s sick or the

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