Flextime won't necessarily improve worker well-being

02/12/2013 | Canadian HR Reporter

Gallup research suggests that companies that want to enhance workers' well-being should focus on improving engagement, not on offering perks such as flextime and extra vacation days, Claudine Kapel writes. Engaged workers who took less than one week of vacation generally were healthier and happier than disengaged employees who took at least six weeks of vacation, the research found.

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