We recently asked our Members to answer an in-depth survey into the way they work, covering aspects of flexible working such as their preferred way of working, salary expectations and how they feel the contribute to their place of employment.

A revelation in attitudes to flexible working

 Our survey results should prove interesting reading to employers everywhere. And hopefully, it will go some way towards altering certain attitudes to flexible working. So while you might not be surprised to hear that most respondents prefer to take part-time roles with full days or reduced hours over job shares, did you also know that these same professionals are proving to be willing to adjust their work patterns and increasing hours where necessary?

We’re very grateful to everyone who has taken part in this year’s survey, and now we’re delighted to say that the results are almost in.  They should prove a useful reference tool for employers who are considering taking on flexible workers in the near future.

Keep checking back here to find out more.

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