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Call for more action on flexible recruitment

Call for more action on flexible recruitment

Few of even the most progressive employers routinely analyse a job for the potential for flexibility before they advertise it, according to a report from Working Families.…

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Employers worried about losing baby boomer generation

Employers worried about losing baby boomer generation

More than two thirds of employers say they are worried about the baby boomer generation – employees born between 1946 and 1964 – leaving their workforce in the next two years, according to a new report by Robert Half Management Resources.  …

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What do employers think of extending flexible working?

What do employers think of extending flexible working?

Take part in our survey on flexible working and shared parenting for employers.…

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Generation Y 'most likely to resent flexible workers'

Generation Y 'most likely to resent flexible workers'

Generation Y employees have the most negative attitudes towards older employees and part-time and flexible workers, according to research by employment law and discrimination solicitors Doyle Clayton. …

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Employers back business benefits of flexible working

Employers back business benefits of flexible working

Nine out of ten business owners and senior managers report that offering flexible working options – including flexi-location as well as flexi-hours - is a highly effective way of improving staff morale and helping them to achieve a better work-life balance, according to a poll by global workspace provider Regus.…

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