Quotation by Fran Sussner Rodgers

Employees from families where all adults work are still coping with rules and conditions of work designed, as one observer put it, to the specifications of Ozzie and Harriet. These conditions include rigid adherence to a 40-hour workweek, a concept of career path inconsistent with the left cycle of a person with serious family responsibilities, notions of equity formed in a different era, and performance evaluation systems that confuse effort with results by equating hours of work with productivity.
Fran Sussner Rodgers (20th century), U.S. educator, and Charles Rodgers (20th century), U.S. economist. "Business and the Facts of Family Life," Harvard Business Review (November/December 1989).
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