Flexible working is evolving more and more by the year. The term flexible working can also be used to describe any role that breaks the mould of the standard 9-5 workday. At its core, individuals tend to have much greater freedom as to where they work, when they work and even how they work as well. Interestingly, 92% of Millennials identify any kind of flexibility as being a top priority when hunting for a job and 80% of women want flexibility in their next role.
Legislations are looking to try and close this gap if possible. Ever since 2014, someone who has been working for 6 months can make a legal request for flexible working. A lot of organisations have been known to embrace this change, whether it is out of apathy or a more efficient working environment. Agile companies are evolving, and they are also coming to the conclusion that flexible working could also give them more opportunities while also helping them to build their very own bespoke team. This is especially the case in fields where highly technical expertise is somewhat required. When you look at the last couple of years, you will see that flexible working has become much more mainstream and that more and more people are now seeing it as being essential to their day to day life.
There’s no going back. Flexible working is here to stay. If you want to find out more about flexible working, then check out the infographic below.
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