Flexible, remote and hybrid working has been high on the agenda for most companies. Closing central city offices enables a cost saving as well as allowing for a much more agile workforce, which...
A new three-year investigation into the impact of hybrid working has been launched by employee experience analyst Leesman.
Working parents’ confidence in their ability to progress has grown thanks to the spread of flexible work, according to new research.
Managers are more open to the benefits of part-time workers after trialling bringing furloughed workers back part-time during the pandemic.
A majority (88%) of women have said companies should offer better flexible working options so they can commute in daylight during the winter, according to a new survey by Remote.
The number of over-60s registering as job candidates has surged, according to data from recruiter Randstad UK.
Zurich UK has seen a fivefold increase in the number of female part-time hires since it started offering all roles on a part-time or flexible basis in 2019.
Hybrid work has had a positive impact on the workforce, yet its sustainability will be down to employers’ awareness of the risks it brings.