Schedule Optimization: Positioning Time as a Resource at the Local Level
For more than two decades, employers have recognized that the ways we get work done have changed, in part due to factors such as technological advances and the globalization of business. Furthermore, there have been important demographic shifts in the workforce that are characterized both by increased diversity (e.g., gender, age, dependent care responsibilities that often extend across the life course) and new cultural expectations about work.
Workforce Asset Management Book of Knowledge
John Wiley & Sons
Pitt‐Catsouphes, Marcie; James, Jacquelyn; Sweet, Stephen; Cahill, Kevin; Snow, David; DeAngelis, Kim; Lawler, Suzanne; Hartmann, Danielle; and O’Keeffe, Maureen, "Schedule Optimization: Positioning Time as a Resource at the Local Level" (2013). Sociology Faculty Publications and Presentations. 20.