Making good time

Oates, Andrea
October 2007
People Management;10/18/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p40
The article discusses the right of carers in Great Britain to request flexible working hours. Professor Sue Yeandle, director of the Carers and Services Research Project at Leeds University in England, says care affects everyone at some point in their lives and work has to accommodate that. Hertfordshire County Council provides access to an employee assistance programme which is open not only to employees but also to those living with them, so it extends to people being cared for.


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