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What does Flex mean to you?

In a flexible world, everyone works differently and for different reasons, and so for this year’s National Work Life Week, we’re asking people to share – what does flexible working mean to you? 

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Published: 17 Jul 2017

SeAp, Finalist 2017, Best Third Sector Employer Award

  • Across the organisation, 85 per cent of staff work flexibly and have access to technology to assist them. Jobs are advertised as open to flexibility.
  • Managers are trained on dealing with remote working and preventing staff becoming isolated, using video calling to keep in touch.
  • Line managers given autonomy to offer individuals day to day flexibility as needed.
  • Senior management team promote the benefits of flexibility and act as role models.