Uptake of flexible working has not increased since 2010, finds CIPD study

Uptake of flexible working has not increased since 2010, finds CIPD study

A report from the CIPD released on 14th January 2019 showed that flexible working has not increased from 27%, this figure has been seen since 2010. The CIPD has launched a campaign to address the issue and to increase flexible working options.  There will be a consideration made by the government to make it a duty for employers to consider whether a job can be carried out flexibly and clearly advertise this when looking to fill a position.

The report did find that the most popular forms of flexible working were; part-time hours, followed by flexitime, annual hours contracts and term-time working.

To read the full and original article please visit People Management website. 

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2019-01-15T09:32:15+00:0015th January, 2019|Categories: All News|0 Comments

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