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Research studies commissioned by The Employer Alliance to help you find basis for the merits of work-life integration in your office: 
Research Study 2012
Why are part-time work arrangements not prevalent in Singapore? Professionalising Part-time Work in Singapore: Are We There Yet?” uncovers realities of mainstreaming part-time work. Gain insights from organisations that have used part-time arrangements to meet their business goals. 
Research Study 2011 
Evolving with the times – The changing landscape of Work-Life Integration in Singapore” unearths several interesting facts on the critical factors that will directly affect the successful implementation of Work-Life strategies.
Research Study 2010 
Learn about Flexible Work Arrangements which 22 organisations have used to attract, retain and re-employ their older employees, in the study  "Growing Older, Working Strong – How Do We Do It?".
Research Study 2009 
Can you implement some form of flexible work arrangement regardless of industry sector or job type? Read a summary of the study, Flexible Work Models "Who pays What to Whom, for What Purpose and for How Long?" which yielded a list of 68 flexible work models over 55 different job positions. 
Research Study 2005
What is the relationship between work-life practices and businesses? Find out more about the impact of work-life initiatives on employee and firm performance in these studies.