While flexible working potentially brings multiple benefits for individuals and organisations, take-up remains low. Claire McCartney explores the latest UK policy developments in this area and provides strong research-based practice recommendations for employers on how to improve the take-up of flexible working.

While flexible working potentially brings multiple benefits for individuals and organisations, take-up remains low. Claire McCartney explores the latest UK policy developments in this area and provides strong research-based practice recommendations for employers on how to improve the take-up of flexible working.

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Research shows that many of us (87%) would like to work more flexibly1 — and there is a strong demand for flexible working from men and women and across all age ranges.2 It can motivate us even more than financial incentives.3 Moreover, quality flexible working can help organisations4:

  • address skills shortages

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