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Working from home
All employees with 26 weeks' service have the right to request a change to their hours, timing or location of work. Flexible working can improve productivity but it brings with it various issues for employers. Here we highlight our latest flexible working content, including guidance on how to handle flexible working requests, including content on working from home.
13 Jan 2020
Flexible working is unable to deliver the work-life balance that parents need, according to a report that finds three in...
2 Dec 2019
Employees increasingly look for a job that is tailored to their lives, rather than having to adapt their lives to...
11 Nov 2019
A study finds that while remote working is linked to positive wellbeing, it has little effect on stress and productivity.
11 Oct 2019
As the government consultation into whether employers should have to publish their family-related leave and flexible working policies comes to...
4 Oct 2019
Use of season tickets is falling as commuters’ flexible working arrangements mean they are no longer good value for money.
30 Sep 2019
The number of remote working jobs available has doubled in the past four years, according to job board CV-Library.
26 Sep 2019
With Labour proposing a four-day week and unions campaigning for workers to use technology to spend less time in the...
17 Sep 2019
Job adverts with salaries over £60,000 are three times more likely to offer flexible working than they did three years...
1 Aug 2019
As workforces become more dispersed and global, it’s easy to assume employees can manage on their own and take charge...
17 Jul 2019
Flexible working should be offered by default for any job and employers should “opt out” if a job cannot be...
7 May 2019
The happiest employers work in diverse workplaces and find that doing meaningful work is more important to them than salary.
5 Apr 2019
Recent research claimed that top employers’ parental policies are “invisible”, and a number have now publicly committed to publishing their...
13 Mar 2019
Last week US bank BNY Mellon informed its employees it was “pausing” a review of its policies that allow them...
7 Mar 2019
The world's largest custodian bank and asset servicing company, the Bank of New York Mellon, has halted its plan to stop all 50,000 of its staff across the world from working from home.