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Flexible working arrangements support greater productivity and employee engagement while enhancing millennials' personal well-being, health and happiness, according to a survey by Deloitte. And what do employers get for giving millennials this flexibility? Loyalty.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius recently became the latest large firm to offer flexible work options when it announced a new policy allowing U.S. and UK associates with two or more years at the firm to spend one to two days a week working remotely. The program, which launches on May 1, includes an in-home office setup with dual monitors, a headset and a docking station.
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