It’s a question that’s been debated for decades, but in a new survey, women have the answer.
According to the Global Workplace Gender Gap Report 2016, more than half of all workers have a flexible workplace.
That’s a rise of nearly two-thirds since the last report in 2012, and it suggests that more women are choosing to work in flexible jobs.
This is great news for all workers in the country, but it’s especially important for women.
In the past, most employers have restricted their flexible working hours to just a few hours per week.
That means they have to be flexible with hours or overtime.
For some, this is the perfect situation.
But for others, it means the option is limited to the very end of the year.
This means that they’ll have to work at home and be more flexible, which means they’ll be more stressed and likely to have to miss out on their work.
It also means they’re less likely to be able to meet their personal obligations or family obligations, and they’re more likely to miss a vacation or sick leave.
This doesn’t mean that flexible jobs are always the right choice, but when it comes to maternity leave, flexibility is definitely a better option than rigid working hours.
While this may not sound like much, it’s a huge win for women and their families.
And it’s good for the economy.