Rail chaos prompts upsurge in flexible working

The current rail crisis has forced commuters into flexible working, according to a report by FirstPersonGlobal.

The report claims that 77 per cent of employees have considered flexible working because of problems with commuting to work.

Half of the 320 respondents to the survey believe flexible working will be important in the future.

“If employers want to recruit and retain the best staff they must be prepared to look closely at the kind of packages they offer,” said Paul Smith, chief executive of FirstPersonGlobal.


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