Measurement of Organizational Outcomes


  • Sharon Lobel

Document type: Encyclopedia Entry

Appears in: Work and Family Encyclopedia

Year: 2003


  • Business Case
  • Corporate
  • Employee Benefits
  • Family-Friendly
  • Productivity


  • Business and Management
  • Economics


The documentation of the organizational outcomes associated with workplace-based policies and programs continues to be important to employers and researchers alike. The following summary is based on an article written by Sharon Lobel and Leslie Faught (1996), “Four Methods for Proving the Value of Work/Life Initiatives,” Compensation and Benefits Review, 28 (6), p. 50-57.

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