This research examines culture and practice in thirteen leading law firms and establishes arguments and approaches to culture change. It highlights successful projects and initiatives and proposes additional measures that could work for the sector. (2008)
This summary presents the key findings from the combined results of the seven organisations which participated in this two year joint research project between Cranfield School of Business and Working Families. What impact does flexible working have on performance? (2008)
Hours to Suit part II examines senior flexible work patterns in the public and voluntary sectors. The 19 case studies reflect the diversity of ways in which senior roles can be redesigned on a flexible basis and the wide range of organisations in which such arrangements are successfully working. (2007)
Can you work flexibly in a senior role? Can you be a manager and have a work-life balance? This groundbreaking new research includes 20 detailed case studies of senior people who are working in a variety of ways, overturning the myth that top jobs can’t be done flexibly. (2007)
This report summarises the findings arising from a series of semi-structured interviews conducted with leading edge work-life balance employers in the City of London in May 2006.
This report is the ﬁrst in the Time, Health and the Family research programme, which will explore the integration of work and life for families and carers today.
The aim of the research was to establish whether maintaining personal work-life balance is an issue for City workers and - if so - what are the key barriers and solutions to better balance.