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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: 14 Jul 2017

Sky, Commended 2017, The Best Large Private Sector Employer Award

Sky has worked hard to challenge myths about flexible working and 90 per cent of the organisation works on a flexible basis. The culture focuses on employee performance instead of desk time and is committed to helping employees achieve their personal goals and work-life balance. Leaders have begun to talk about flexibility and promote the benefits. The business uses national campaigns to focus attention on changing ways of working. Employees are empowered to choose times and spaces to work. Sky’s Family Leave Policy recognises that there is no such thing as a typical family and aims to give individuals choice and support.