Workplace flexibility practices are a business imperative that help employees meet their work and life responsibilities and help employers respond to the competitive global marketplace, the Society for Human Resource Management president told Congress today.

“The truth is that workplace flexibility is good for people. The business truth is that it’s good for the bottom line,” SHRM President and CEO Henry G. Jackson said at a briefing at the U.S. Capitol.

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