HOW TO… be family-friendly for practice staff

Taylor, Jennifer
October 2006
GP: General Practitioner;10/20/2006, p50
The article focuses on various laws concerning flexible working in Great Britain. Under the Employment Act 2002, working parents who are employees were given more flexibility and time off work. Parents with disabled children up to 18 years or can apply to work flexibly. Such requests should be considered seriously by their employers.


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