Homeworking 'a nightmare', say female leaders

Chubb, Laura
December 2007
People Management;12/13/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p12
The article highlights the comments made by Nicola Horlick, founder and chief executive offcier (CEO) of Bramdean Asset Management, at the Leaders in London conference in England in December 2007. Horlick have spoken out against flexible working practices such as working from home, saying they are bad for business. Horlick's sentiments were echoed by Karren Brady, managing director of Birmingham FC and Sally Preston, founder and managing director of Europe's frozen baby food manufacturer, Babylicious.


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