Do you feel guilty about not spending enough time with your family and/or regret not being able to spend enough time with your friends? Do you feel that you are not getting enough pay for the amount of work you do? Then it’s time to re-balance.
Tags: Flexible working
Mothers in the UK continue to face greater obstacles than fathers in their careers if they embrace part time and flexible working, according to a major new study.
In a survey of over 2000 UK office workers, the research found that having access to flexible working hours is hugely important with only three per cent of respondents claiming that flexible working does not benefit them in any way.
More dads than ever before are now actively involved in day to day parenting and are looking for workplace flexibility which is still not currently provided by the majority of UK employers.
How can companies from startups to big enterprises compete for talent with the likes of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google – collectively known as the successful FANG stocks?
New research finds that over half UK employees say they are more productive working at home. They highlight vast benefits for employees, including reducing their carbon footprint.
Vickie Field, HR Director at London Doctors Clinic, discusses in earnest how flexible working can help reduce employee stress levels.
How can employers create opportunities to promote a happier, more engaged workforce?
To mark Parental Pay Day, new research from LinkedIn finds that a third of UK professionals believe their employer does not do enough to support new parents.
Is flexible working the ‘new normal’?
With UK workers living and working longer, we are beginning to see many looking for a new type of retirement, says Andrew Secker.
Are the days of standard 9-5 jobs long gone?
Employers that don’t embrace flexible working may lose the war for talent.
Will it be this year’s biggest HR trend?
Lunch breaks are clearly no longer just about eating lunch.