Flexible working has become a major focus for employees in recent years, so businesses have had to adapt. More and more employees are putting in requests for flexible working, and asking for flexible working policies to enable them to become more agile and productive with how they work.
With start-ups and smaller businesses leading the way, larger companies like Mishcon de Reya and John Lewis are on board, embracing flexible working from the top down.
Employers can be quick to assume that flexible working only benefits the employees and not the business, but what you’ll find is that the reality is quite the contrary.
We also realised that it’s easy to find information about flexible working for employees but there lacks enough insight for employers. So we’ve put together a guide that tells you everything you need to know about flexible working for employers.
In our guide, you can find out:
- The law for flexible working
- Types of flexible working
- The state of flexible working
- Flexible working statistics
- The benefits of flexible working (for employees and employers)
- Tips for flexible working
- How to make sure flexible working works for your business
You can view and download our guide by clicking the buttton below:
Sceptical about flexible working? Here’s some of the insights that we discovered whilst conducting research on the current state of flexible working:
What about flexible working for employees? We obviously couldn’t do one without the other.
You can find the Ultimate Guide to Flexible Working for Employees here.