Flexible working has always been a double-edged sword: bringing greater freedom for employees and employers, but also unexpected negative consequences for both. As organisations continue to oscillate between returning to work, working from home and new hybrid patterns of working, what can we learn from the lessons of the past to help navigate an uncertain future?
Category: Flexible Working
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Join us for our Annual Meeting. An evening of stimulating ignite presentations and conversation on 16 June from 17:45 to 19:30
Learn why flexible working matters for employers and HR and why people want flexible working. Find out about overcoming resistance from managers and business leaders plus addressing myths and overcoming barriers
Parental leave policies need to better reflect the changing nature of modern families and progress gender equality at work. Greater employer provision of flexible working is essential to help families balance caring responsibilities within and beyond a child’s first year. By thinking more creatively about the types of flexible working they can offer, and ensuring it's available at all levels of seniority, employers are more likely to hold on to talented people who can progress their careers with the organisation.