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According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, flexibility to balance life and work issues ranked 11th in overall importance by all employees, with 46% ranking it as a very important aspect of job satisfaction. (fig 2, p. 7)

According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, flexibility to balance life and work issues ranked 11th in overall importance by all employees, with 46% ranking it as a very important aspect of job satisfaction. (fig 2, p. 7)

SHRM. (2012). 2012 employee job satisfaction and engagement: How employees are dealing with uncertainty. Alexandria, VA: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Retrieved from http://www.shrm.org/LegalIssues/StateandLocalResources/StateandLocalStatutesandRegulations/Documents/12-0537%202012_JobSatisfaction_FNL_online.pdf

The sample of employees used in this research was randomly selected from an outside survey research organization's web-enabled employee panel, which is based on the American Community Study. In total, 600 individuals completed the online 2012 Job Satisfaction and Engagement Survey, yielding a response rate of 83%. The survey was in the field for a period of seven days. All respondents were employed, either full time or part time.

According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, among the 46% of employees who ranked flexibility to balance life and work issues as very important to their job satisfaction, 36% were satisfied with the level of flexibility offered, a gap of 10%. (Table 7, p. 58)

According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, among the 46% of employees who ranked flexibility to balance life and work issues as very important to their job satisfaction, 36% were satisfied with the level of flexibility offered, a gap of 10%. (Table 7, p. 58)

SHRM. (2012). 2012 employee job satisfaction and engagement: How employees are dealing with uncertainty. Alexandria, VA: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Retrieved from http://www.shrm.org/LegalIssues/StateandLocalResources/StateandLocalStatutesandRegulations/Documents/12-0537%202012_JobSatisfaction_FNL_online.pdf

The sample of employees used in this research was randomly selected from an outside survey research organization's web-enabled employee panel, which is based on the American Community Study. In total, 600 individuals completed the online 2012 Job Satisfaction and Engagement Survey, yielding a response rate of 83%. The survey was in the field for a period of seven days. All respondents were employed, either full time or part time.

According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, 36% of employees were very satisfied with their access to "flexibility to balance life and work issues", while 31% were somewhat satisfied. Only 8% were somewhat dissatisfied and 4% very dissatisfied, with 21% neutral....

According to the 2012 SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement research report, 36% of employees were very satisfied with their access to "flexibility to balance life and work issues", while 31% were somewhat satisfied. Only 8% were somewhat dissatisfied and 4% very dissatisfied, with 21% neutral. (Table 8, p. 59)

SHRM. (2012). 2012 employee job satisfaction and engagement: How employees are dealing with uncertainty. Alexandria, VA: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Retrieved from http://www.shrm.org/LegalIssues/StateandLocalResources/StateandLocalStatutesandRegulations/Documents/12-0537%202012_JobSatisfaction_FNL_online.pdf

The sample of employees used in this research was randomly selected from an outside survey research organization's web-enabled employee panel, which is based on the American Community Study. In total, 600 individuals completed the online 2012 Job Satisfaction and Engagement Survey, yielding a response rate of 83%. The survey was in the field for a period of seven days. All respondents were employed, either full time or part time.

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