As part of Corporate Voices’ continuing and very active engagement with administration officials and other policymakers on a host of issues involving working families, Donna Klein will attend a meeting at the White House Friday afternoon (February 19) to discuss workplace flexibility.
The invitation was extended by the White House Council on Women and Girls, which is overseeing the work/life agenda for Vice President Biden’s Middle Class Task Force.
In December Donna was one of a select group of national leaders from business, nonprofit organizations and education who were invited by President Obama to share their views on job creation during the White House Forum on Jobs and Economic Growth.
Corporate Voices has released two comprehensive toolkits that serve as guides for implementing flexibility with an hourly and nonexempt workforce. Developed for Corporate Voices by WFD Consulting and supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, these toolkits are derived from the research highlighted in our study, “Innovative Workplace Flexibility Options for Hourly Workers.”
Publications, research studies, and toolkits on a host of workforce readiness, flexibility, family economic stability, and work and family balance issues are available on the Corporate Voices Web site.