Taylor, Gemma
May 2004
People Management;5/6/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p19
Discusses the gender issues related to flexible working request legislation. Significance of flexible working for employers; Provisions of the 2002 Employment Act of Great Britain regarding flexible working; Back-up options of women employees in cases of flexible working request rejection; Disadvantages of flexible working for male employees; Evaluation of the government's reason for creating the flexible working legislation.


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