With Flextime, Bosses Prefer Early Birds to Night Owls
Harvard Business Review
MAY 13, 2014
Flextime programs have never been more popular than they are today. Their research explored a potential reason for the widely varying outcomes: managers might look upon flextime favorably when they perceive a worker is using it to achieve higher productivity, and unfavorably when they perceive it being used to accommodate personal-life demands. make the case that depending on what the manager attributes the flextime use to, the employee may be either rewarded or penalized.