Flexible working >> Guidance

Flexible working

Flexible working helps you to accommodate different people in the workplace and promote a range of ways of meeting your business needs.

You'll also find policies and research on flexible working practices across the sector as well as interactive tools to help your decision-making.

The right to request flexible working

Acas summarises key legislation around handling requests for flexible working, including changes scheduled for 2014.

source: www.acas.org.uk

Flexible working for parents

This information booklet by TUC answers some common questions for employees about flexible working for parents.

source: www.tuc.org.uk

Working better: a manager's guide to flexible working

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has a range of research and guidance on how employers can accommodate flexible working arrangements.

Flexible working

CIPD has a factsheet on flexible working which outlines what it is and the various work patterns that can be considered. It provides some research on the benefits of flexible working and suggested pointers for its implementation. It links to a related factsheet on Work Life Balance.

source: www.cipd.co.uk

Flexible working

Directgov explains what flexible working is and the benefits of using it. It also outlines individuals' right to request a flexible working pattern.

Choose the right type of flexible working

Business Link's interactive tool helps you to find the right type of flexible working according to your business.

Flexible working

Business Link has a section on flexible working which looks at the law and best practice, the benefits of flexible working and the right approach for your organisation.

Meet the need for work life balance

This guide by Business Link looks at how you can effectively incorporate flexible working arrangements into your organisation to increase productivity and morale.

Flexible working and work life balance

This guide by Acas looks at how you can manage flexible working and work-life balance in the workplace.

source: www.acas.org.uk
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