The research of this paper is on the flexi-work acts and women's employment policy. The flexi-work has been kept as the effective way to solve the problems of low women's employment rate at one side, to achieve the gender equal treatment, and the work-life-balance at the other side. Otherwise, this flexi-work(part-time, flexi-time, alternative work schedule, discretionary work, compressed work, core time work, at home work etc.), different from the positive intention and purpose, is being criticised as the bad work of low wage and precarious employment because of the characteristics of Korean labour market with the overwhelmingly discriminated non-standard work. This treatise tries to analyse the truth or falsehood of this argument. Since the early 90‘s, the various types of flexi-work and the related acts have been gradually introduced to from the international organizations like the ILO(the convention on part-time work) and EU(the directives on maternity leave, part-time work, and fixed-term contract work) to the important foreign countries(in the Netherlands,United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, USA etc.). This trend on the flexi-work and related legislations is due to the various backgrounds such as the increasing competition in the labour market, the diversification of employment types, the gender-equality oriented employment policy, and the increasing voluntary choices. The key point of legislation has been oriented to keep the balance between the introduction of flexi-work and the non-discriminated work. The alternative form may be the decent 'permanent part-time work'. In this context, this treatise is reviewing the three representative laws concerning the flexi-work such as 「Act on Equal Employment and Support for Work-Family Reconciliation」, 「Labor Standards Act」, 「Act on the Protection etc. of Fixed-term and Part-time Employees」. At the same time, the treatise reviews critically the employment practice in the Korean labour market, which shows the overwhelmingly precarious non-standard work. The key argument of this treatise is that to increase the rate of women's employment should be first completed through the working time reduction and at the same time it emphasizes several preconditions for the introduction of the positive flexi-work(the 'decent', 'non-discriminated' work, and the gender-equality and work-life-balance oriented work).