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Redesigning Work Family Community Connections
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The MIT Workplace Center was established in 2001 by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the MIT Sloan School of Management to build—in theory and in practice—a mutually supportive relationship between the performance of firms and the well being of employees, their families, and communities. This Center completed its work and closed in June, 2008. The research, publications, and other information related to the Center can be found on these pages.


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