This week President Obama convened a summit meeting to, in his words, "modernize our workplaces to meet the needs of our workforce and our families." The president says new workplace rules could give employees more flexibility to take time off to care for family members and work away from the office. What might new workplace rules look like?
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Netsy Firestein, executive director of the Labor Project for Working Families
Scott Hauge, president of CAL Insurance and Associates and president and founder of Small Business California, a bipartisan organization that advocates and provides education for small business
June Bower, vice president of the Cisco Collaboration Software Group
Jeffrey Pfeffer, professor of organizational behavior in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University