October 27 2016 - Agile working has become a paramount concern for many employers, high on their agenda because they recognise that it can help to create
a more efficient and effective organization.
September 1 2016 - To put it simply: our relationship to work has changed.
September 3 2015 - The office has changed dramatically over the past decade. The days of employees adapting to suit the needs of the company are well and
June 27 2008 - Growing numbers of employees want to work more flexibly in order to achieve
a better balance between their jobs and the rest of their lives.
February 16 2008 - People working in the media sector such as
journalists, public relations officers, photographers and broadcasters are giving away an average of £5,884 a year
in unpaid overtime, according to a TUC analysis of official statistics.
December 16 2006 - The Eddington Report has not taken into consideration one of the most obvious solutions to the problem of transport
capacity and congestion, and it is a solution which is both achievable and realistic according to Work Wise UK, a
five-year campaign to encourage smarter working practices.
August 21 2006 - Research for BT Business conducted earlier this year
indicates that more than a third of British workers (37 per cent of men and 34 per cent of
women) would be prepared to forgo a pay increase for more flexible working options.
August 16 2006 - A recent study by business communications provider Inter-Tel questioned over 100 office-based workers about attitudes to flexible working. This identified positive reasons for applying to work flexibly but significant doubts about the likely response of employers.
September 17 2005 - Employers are being encouraged to give staff time off to serve as magistrates in a new ad campaign.
August 1 2005 - Many British workers would welcome the introduction of a 6am start,
if they could go home earlier in exchange, according to research by business communications firm Your Communications
March 12 2004 - UK manufacturers are doing more to tackle the
growing problem of long-term employee absence but complain about lack of adequate support from the National Health Service.
12 July 2001 - Research reported by the Industrial Society indicates that
flexible working patterns can help to reduce absenteeism.