National Work and Family Month
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About National Work & Family Month
WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress established October as National Work & Family
Month in 2003. It is nationally recognized by businesses, academic institutions, federal agencies,
members of Congress, work-life advocacy groups and individuals aiming to succeed at work and at home.
Dedicating a month to work and family issues encourages all workplaces to pause once a year
and consider the progress made towards work-life effectiveness and encourages employers
to raise the bar to ensure their workplaces are meeting the needs and challenges facing their employees.
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National Work and Family Month - WorldatWork Celebrates

October is National Work & Family Month. Pledge your organization's support by helping us further the work-life movement in the United States.

Join WorldatWork on October 6, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. for "Rethinking the Workweek," a roundtable discussion to promote workplace flexibility.

WorldatWork President and CEO Anne Ruddy will be joined by:
Chris Boyce
CEO, Virgin Pulse
Sara Sutton Fell, CEO & Founder, FlexJobs
Michael J. Fenlon US & Global Talent Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Emma Plumb, Director, 1 Million for Work Flexibility
Zina B. Sutch, PhD Director, Diversity, Recruitment and Work Life Division, USDA.

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