Friday, June 23, 2006

Blueprints for Plugging a Brain Drain

Lisa Belkin, whose column about the intersection of jobs and personal lives appears every other week in the New York Times, recently covered the Hidden Brain Drain Summit (Blueprints for Plugging a Brain Drain, June 18, 2006). A project of Sylvia Ann Hewlett's Center for Work-Life Policy, the summit brought together representatives from major companies to discuss strategies for retaining female and minority employees and facilitating re-entry for those who left and are ready to return. The momentum for flexibility grows . . .

See this link for the article itself.