Recent years have seen major demographic changes in the workplace with more women, single parents, dual-earning families and employees with caring responsibilities forming part of the workforce.
To accommodate the needs of these groups, and maximise the potential of this talent pool, flexible arrangements are crucial when considering how much time is worked, as well as when and where work is done.
Flexible Working Learning Objectives
- Explain the benefits of flexible working to employees and organisations
- Describe the legislation affecting flexible working
- Acknowledge the conditions that employees must meet under the Employment Act 2002 to qualify for flexible working
- Outline some typical flexible working arrangements
- Acknowledge important factors to consider when introducing flexible working to the organisation
- All members of an organisation requiring a base level understanding of the subject.
Mixed Media (audio/video elements with subtitles)