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Timewise research shows that two in five full-time workers in the UK would like the chance to work flexibly. Heather Greig-Smith looks at the role recruiters can play in making this a reality and asks if the sector is fulfilling its duty to businesses.
Small businesses in the UK are leading the field when it comes to flexible working. Large organisations are more likely to have formal policies in place, but a much higher proportion actually work flexibly in businesses with 10 or fewer employees. Journalist Julie Tomlin explores why.Read full article
At a strategic level, business leaders are alert to the need to operate flexible workforces. The challenges of an ageing population, younger workers demanding new ways of working and the need to attract top talent all feed into the trend. However, large organisations can struggle to formulate a business case for flexible working. Heather Greig-Smith asks why they should embrace change.Read full article
Alcoholic beverages giant Diageo is a performance-driven business that uses flexibility to help employees reach their full potential. This approach pays dividends: fuelling individual performance and increasing business success, explains Global Talent Engagement VP Claire MacIntyre.Read full article
Atkins is using flexible working to address diversity challenges in the engineering sector. They’re also finding that flexibility helps to tackle the industry’s skills shortage, by keeping talented engineers in the industry for longer, and by making Atkins an attractive place to come and work.Watch video
Being a ‘Timewise Council’ signifies that a local authority is committed to developing flexible working as a way to improve workplace equality across their borough, as well as within their own HR practice. In March 2014, Camden became the first local authority to be awarded this accreditation.Watch video