Working Mother magazine released its annual list of the top 100 places to work, with its chief executive touting an improvement in mother-friendly benefits in corporate America. Working Mother CEO Carol Evans, who authored the book "This Is How We Do It: The Working Mothers' Manifesto," said that in order to retain female employees, a growing number of companies are offering customized schedules.So there you go. They also made the list of 100 companies to work by Forbes magazine. Go figure. I think customized schedules are great, but sometimes people don't get it. If you make your staff comfortable, they tend to be more loyal. Or maybe that's just me.
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