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Employer Action Briefing
The Working Families Index is the most comprehensive study of the experience of work and family life in the UK. Written specifically for employers, this briefing takes the findings of the Working Families Index and turns them into actionable recommendations to improve flexible and family-friendly practices across all sectors.Continue reading
Work-life balance charity Working Families has announced the winners of the 2022 Best Practice Awards at a celebratory event held at Vintner’s Hall alongside the official [...]
A new report from work-life balance charity Working Families and professional coaching organisation Talking Talent has revealed inequalities around who can access flexible [...]
Having promised to make flexible working the default, to provide workers in insecure jobs with rights to have more predictable schedules, to extend redundancy protections, to [...]
We have announced the shortlist for our 2022 Best Practice Awards. The awards celebrate employers whose stand-out cultures and working practices are leading the way in [...]
We have partnered with MusicFootballFatherhood and the University of Birmingham’s Equal Parenting project to support the launch the inaugural 2022 Movers and Shakers: Working [...]
In Autumn 2021 the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy launched a consultation on a series of proposals to make flexible working the default employment position.
Working Families, in partnership with Arnold Clark, are looking to find 2022’s leading employers, who are working to create outstanding flexible and employee-friendly [...]
The Flexible Working Taskforce launches new employer guidance on hybrid working to promote best practice
Members of the Flexible Working Taskforce, including Working Families, have published new practical guidance to help employers develop fair and sustainable hybrid working practices.