Flex-Work: ISO Work-Life Balance Women now hold half of all jobs. In a large majority of families with children, both parents work. Mobile technology is changing how and when work gets done. NPR's Jennifer Ludden explores some of the ways companies are transforming to meet the needs of the changing American workforce.

Kristy Stumpf, who works from her home in Broad Run, Va., part of the week, greets her daughters Lauren, 9 (left), and Lacey, 6 (right), as they hop off the school bus. Stumpf's employer, List Innovative Solutions, lets employees largely set their own hours. Rod Lamkey Jr. for NPR hide caption

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When Employers Make Room For Work-Life Balance

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Nine To Five No More: New Shifts For Labor

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