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Workplace Culture

September Roundup

Here is the roundup of September’s online articles on flexible and remote working: The Financial Times has an editorial on the need for companies to plan and implement more flexible and agile working practices...

The business case for agile working

Agile working…. means our people are more likely to be engaged and stay with us for the long term. Deloitte UK and Timewise have collaborated to produce a report “A Manifesto for Change: A Modern Workplace...

Mixing Generations

One aspect of flexible working practice which is often overlooked is the different preferences across generations. There can be an assumption that younger workers – especially with young families – have a greater desire...

remote flexible working

Competing for Talent in 2018

To attract the best staff, companies need to make when, where and how we work negotiable.   Attitudes to work have changed over the past 10 years, driven by changes in demographics and improvements...

Flexible Working Mums

  The 2017 Workingmums Annual Survey highlights some of the problems faced by women seeking flexible options on returning to work. 47% said that flexible working had affected their career , while 52% of...

Acas study calls for higher take-up of flexible working

A report published this week by Acas calls for more flexible working for parents returning to work after parental leave as a way to tackle gender inequality, The report, Flexible Working for Parents Returning...

Is flexible working good for you?

The benefits of flexible working have been documented in numerous studies. Greater productivity, better work-life balance, reduced office and travel costs, these are all widely recognised. But what about the downside? This article in...

Mum’s the Word for Flexible Working

  We need a societal shift to embrace flexible working as the ‘norm’ and not the exception. Kathryn Tyler, Digital Mums A new study from Digital Mums and the Centre for Economics and Business...