effect than the Boston College paper gives it credit for
When employees are given the power to choose when and how they work, they have the opportunity to be on the clock when they’re at their best and when it’s most convenient for them and their families. This flexibility can instill a great sense of satisfaction, engagement and autonomy in employees. In fact, research indicates that nearly 80 percent of telecommuters feel a greater commitment to their organizations and that most plan to remain with their current employer, according to the Boston College paper “.”
Abstract: Nevin Adams questions the assumptions in a recent Center for Retirement Research at Boston College paper entitled "The Impact of Leakages on 401k/IRA Assets." He notes, "As for the so-called impact of leakages? It might more accurately be described as the impact of assumptions."