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A free whitepaper discussing why every business should consider flexible working arrangements.

Modern businesses in all industries are being encouraged to consider flexible working arrangements, not only because this will be beneficial for staff, but also because the technology and services are in place to make this achievable.

Flexible working has the potential to endow companies with a variety of benefits, although of course it is necessary to understand the nature of the benefits before committing to any kind of plan. So what proportion of the private sector has adopted flexible working and why should companies consider it in the future?

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Growth of Flexible Working
  • Business Benefits
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