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Flexible Working in UK – A megatrends

This report looks at recent trends in flexible working, and since we have to set boundaries around the analysis, we’ve concentrated on trends in when and where work is done

Flexible working is not easily defined. This is because it is often seen by what it isn’t – not the 9-to-5, not the daily commute to a central workplace – as opposed to by what it is. Nevertheless, people think they know it when they see it, and as a result certain working patterns or ways of working, such as flexi-time, working part-time hours, or working from home are regarded as types of ‘flexible working’. This report looks at recent trends in flexible working, and since we have to set boundaries around the analysis, we’ve concentrated on trends in when and where work is done.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Megatrends: Flexible working | CIPD Report

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2 thoughts on “Flexible Working in UK – A megatrends

  1. flexible working = superior (self-)exploitation

    Posted by Weiss-Nix | April 8, 2019, 3:44 pm

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