Forward-thinking businesses are not only viewing remote working as a viable long-term alternative to office-based work but are also implementing other forms of flexible working to improve employee recruitment and retention. Thomson Reuters outlines the key considerations for developing a successful flexible working policy, based on the findings of a webinar it hosted in partnership with Addleshaw Goddard. Register to watch the webinar on-demand here.
What constitutes flexible working arrangements?
Working from home or remotely from another location
Working flexible hours eg.
Working a set number of hours per year rather than per week
Working different working hours during school terms
Working a set number of hours per week at any time of the day (flexi time)
Switching to different working hours (e.g. from 11am to 7pm)
Working reduced hours (part time)
Two individuals performing the same role on different days of the week (job sharing)
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