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Flexible work arrangements usually a win-win for firms (access required)

When properly managed, allowing employees to work at home pays off

Jen Wood, a locally based audit director for PricewaterhouseCoopers, says her go-to tool to balance her work-life responsibilities is to flex her time and work late at night when her three kids are in bed. She is able to do that, she says, especially during busy auditing seasons, because the Big Four auditing firm permits employees ...

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