Wednesday, 11th December 2013
Some 88% of working mums would back legislation to make flexible working for parents of young children a right, according to a Workingmums.co.uk poll.
Currently parents and carers are only allowed to request a right to flexible working and can have that request turned down on eight grounds, although their employer must show that they have given the request due consideration. The Government is extending the right to request flexible working to all employees next year following concerns that it was seen as a perk for parents, creating resentment among other workers, rather than as a business benefit.
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