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Retain Staff With Flexible Working

A recent survey for the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) shows that aside from staff pay, firms are more likely to increase their investment in training, and introduce more flexible working practices, in order to...

Flexible Working Taskforce Launched

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), has set up a task-force to promote wider understanding and implementation of flexible working. This follows the publication of the Taylor Report into modern employment practices. The...

Call for more flexible work in Scotland

When people are able to happily combine home and work life they are much more likely to be engaged, motivated and productive at work – giving it their all. A report by recruitment agency Timewise...

Telework Technology Enables Flexible Work

Some people think about the distance and the absence when considering telework, What we think about is the connectivity.   In the summer of 2014  President Obama signed an executive order calling for federal...

Work Flexibly – Cut Costs

  The government is being urged to make greater use of flexible working to reduce property costs. With the  Central Government estate alone  estimated to cost around £25 billion to operate each year, government departments  and...

Flexible Working for all ages

Did you feel a little different this morning? A bit more agile, more of a spring in your step, more, well, flexible? You should, because yesterday  the right to request flexible working was extended to all...

Right to request flexible working open to all.

Flexible working could soon be coming to a desk near you. The Children and Families Act was recently given  Royal Assent in Parliament, and from June 2014 all staff will have the right to...