Defined most simply as ‘a way of working that suits an employee's needs’, flexible working can take many forms. These most commonly involve reduced hours of work, differing times of work or remote working. In this article, Elly Pittaway outlines the benefits of flexible working, as well as describing how different types of flexible working are used in her practice.
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