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Flexible Working

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Flexible working is often associated with parents in the workplace, but older workers may benefit too, and employers will find pay-back in employee motivation and retention - if they are made aware of the options.

This can be a win-win for employees and organisations, but research shows that 1 in 5 older workers who are not offered flexible working would like to be.

With government legislation changing in 2024 now is a great time to find out more about what you can do to support better productivity and a more equitable workplace.

Get in touch with our partners at Flexibility Works to find out more about how to create a successful flexible working culture.

ACAS, the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, offer free, impartial advice on the law and how to respond to flexible working requests.

If there is more than one of the 11 Priorities you are keen to learn more about, connect with our AIM Getting Started programme, or simply get in touch with our team for a discussion.

A happier workforce means increased productivity, and that’s why we’re backing measures to give people across the UK even more flexibility over where and when they work.

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