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Feb 23, 2023

The four-day working week improves revenue, retention and results

Dec 06, 2022

Employees will be able to request flexible working from day one in a new job

Nov 07, 2022

Job seekers place pensions high on their wish lists

Jul 27, 2022

Long Covid sufferers lose £1,100 pay a month

Dec 01, 2021

Majority of UK HR managers support flexible working

Oct 15, 2021

Half of working mothers don’t get the flexibility they ask for

Sep 21, 2021

Staff to be able to request flexible working from day one in job

Jun 30, 2021

Calls for flexible working to be available to everyone

Jun 18, 2021

Flexible working ‘class divide’ as normality returns

Jun 15, 2021

Five ways to save money on summer childcare costs

Mar 31, 2021

PwC staff given control over working hours and half days on Fridays

Jan 14, 2021

Majority of mums with childcare issues turned down for furlough

Sep 23, 2020

Another six months working from home: Expenses, benefits and insurance must knows

Sep 07, 2020

London Weighting: ‘Can my employer cut the perk as I’m working from home?’

Sep 02, 2019

One in three flexible working requests turned down

Jul 24, 2019

Union calls for flexible working during heatwave

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