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Join the White House in a Work-Flex Converstaion

Posted by gansie on March 31, 2010


Office of the Press Secretary



March 30, 2010

The President will deliver remarks at the closing session of the Forum for Workplace Flexibility in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. The Forum for Workplace Flexibility is an opportunity for the President and First Lady to discuss the importance of creating workplace practices that allow America’s working men and women to meet the demands of their jobs without sacrificing the needs of their families. Small business owners, business leaders, policy experts, workers and labor leaders will join senior administration officials to share their ideas and strategies for making the workplace more flexible for American workers and families. The First Lady will deliver remarks at the opening session. The forum will have five breakout sessions focused on best practices and why this is a priority for the American workplace and workforce. The opening and closing sessions, as well as all five breakout sessions, will be streamed live on http://www.WhiteHouse.gov/live. In addition, much of the event will be streamed to Facebook and Ustream, and the White House will include comments taken through these social networks in the feedback collected through the forum.

PS BPW Foundation CEO Debbie Frett will be attending the event


2 Responses to “Join the White House in a Work-Flex Converstaion”

  1. […] week, the White House Council on Women and Girls hosted a Workplace Flexibility Forum bringing together a diverse group of participants from academia, labor, government, media, […]

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