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Timewise Jun 9
The in-house conundrum: law firms are being urged to think flexibly in order to stem the flow of young female professionals heading in-house to find a better work-life balance via
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Tracy J.Reid Jun 14
What do these stats mean to you? Are you growing your side-hustle or thinking of starting a new business? Watch this video to see you are not alone! Time to take action
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Sally Jun 11
Do you trust your employees to work from home? Flexible working can actually increase productivity and create long term employees who value your business.
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Mummyme Jun 13
report out today showing teachers need more and quoted on the benefits for schools if embracing flex
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Tom W Jun 10
Well done guys! is one of our key themes on our Improvement Hub because it allows for better work-life balance and can lead to better staff wellbeing. Great to see getting involved
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NFER Classroom Jun 14
Mr Dolinski, Asst Head at responds to NFER's 'Part-time and flexible teaching in secondary schools' report published today. Comment below to share your thoughts on the research and experience with in schools.
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NFER 4h
ICYMI: New NFER research has investigated the demand for part-time and , the barriers for secondary school leaders and how these can be overcome. It comprised an analysis of national data, survey questions & interviews with school leaders
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On The Spot Accountants 2h
Before and after on new trainers in the rain before a few hours work Fab supportive trainers from now getting dirty. :(
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Ginibee 4h
Why is good for career longevity  via Workflexibility
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Trapeze HR 2h
We are looking for a Senior Recruiter to join our Trapeze HR team. If you have HR interim market experience and thrive in a flexible environment we would love to hear from you. harriet@trapezehr.com jane@trapezehr.com
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Rachael Crockett 3h
Putting this out there cause apparently we still have to. is *not* for slackers. We shouldn’t have to ‘earn it’ in order to be supported to do our job the best we can.
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Helen Jackson Jun 14
Findings suggest that businesses without a policy risk losing out on top talent. Research shows that 80% of ppl would choose a job which offered flexible working over one that didn’t. This reinforces why contractors & agency workers choose to work in this way.
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923 Jobs Jun 8
'Studies show flexible working is the most desired perk — above even a pay rise — and the growing trend for home-working can work well for both employers and staff.'
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Ellen Maynes Jun 14
My clever sister has launched a fabulous new podcast . It’s to help parents build sustainable businesses between school drop off and pick up
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Natty Jun 12
Wake up call- the 9 - 5 doesn’t work for everyone so let’s make things work better! We need
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NFER Jun 15
"It's enabled me to carry on teaching, which I really love, and working with the kids, but it has also enabled me to do more with the family, other paid work and other activities." Read the full story on our new report about in schools
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TechPixies Award-winning Social Media Course Jun 11
Replying to @mother_pukka
This is a great portrayal of why gaving as a choice is so important for everyone. 👏👏👏
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Accelerate Manchester 2h
We'd love to meet you, why not drop in to explore our space! Simply drop us a message on our contact form and we'll arrange your own private tour
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Lena Patel Jun 12
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923 Jobs Jun 14
“We know first-hand from listening to that there is a real gap in provision for new working fathers who need support to help navigate the world of paternity leave, and dealing with employers who refuse to listen”
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