Expert: Women's Perks Can Bring New Problems A new study by Working Mother magazine finds professional women are redefining the workplace to be more flexible and family friendly. Alice Eagly, co-author of Through the Labyrinth, cautions that flexible benefits may mean segregation.
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Expert: Women's Perks Can Bring New Problems

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Expert: Women's Perks Can Bring New Problems

Expert: Women's Perks Can Bring New Problems

Expert: Women's Perks Can Bring New Problems

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A new study by Working Mother magazine finds that professional women are redefining the workplace to be more flexible and family friendly. Alice Eagly, co-author of Through the Labyrinth: The Truth About How Women Become Leaders, cautions that such flexible work benefits may result in even greater segregation in the workplace. Eagly speaks with Deborah Amos.

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