In recent years, there has been a greater demand for flexible work arrangements (FWA) among workers in the United States. In today’s workplace, workers are often managing multiple tasks at once, both work and personal. Thus, they seek more of a work-life balance. At the same time, organizations are examining ways to retain high quality talent while improving the morale and working conditions of their employees. This study seeks to understand the impact of flexible work arrangements on retention in organizations in the United States. There are multiple different FWAs available, such as schedule flexibility, remote working, and compressed working hours. Although this study does not focus on one specific FWA, it does provide insight on the impact of employee retention and organizational performance.