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Working from Home Challenge: Space to Work Productively

We’ve been overwhelmed by the response we have received for this series of blog posts and would like to take a moment to thank you all for taking time to provide your comments and feedback. 558 more words

Hayley Doody

Businesswoman calls for flexible working hours to help mothers get back to work

Words by Angela Brennan

MUM-of-two Della Hudson is calling for small businesses to offer flexible working hours to help mothers get back to work.

The chartered accountant, who runs Hudson Accountants, set up her own firm because she was unable to find a company which would offer flexitime. 542 more words


ELECTION 2015: It's an outright majority. What now for HR and recruiters?

So now we know.

It’s just been confirmed that – against the odds and confounding pollsters, politicians and public alike – the General Election has returned a Conservative government. 299 more words

Election 2015

New Dutch-enomics - Flexible Working

The NRC had an interesting article from its last Weekend Edition discussing the topic of flexible working (flexwerk). The number of ‘flexible workers’ is increasing in the Netherlands and is providing an interesting challenge to Dutch society, cultural norms, and its economy, especially relating to the traditional definition of a social welfare state. 851 more words


Working From Home Challenge: Work/Life Balance

We’ve previously been posting about the challenges that you face when you work from home, or should we say, remotely, as not everyone decides to work from their home office. 753 more words

Hayley Doody

Why we need politicians to support flexible working

So here I am 2 years on after my last post and unimaginably have been to the brink and back as a result of losing my last job. 1,096 more words

Balancing Work With Family Life

Work Life Balance, if there is such a thing: 5 tips to help you manage the flexible working conversation in your job search

Our lives continue to become busier and ever more connected, so trying to gain the optimum work life balance becomes even harder to maintain. Some of us probably never get there and some think there is no point even trying! 805 more words