Flexible working

May 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun99, Issue 15, p8
Academic Journal
Cites studies indicating that flexible working practices are an effective means of improving staff retention and recruitment. Popularity of part-time working and flexitime; Percentage of employees hiring part time workers.


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