Steep rise in staff working from home

Phillips, Lucy
September 2008
People Management;9/18/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p11
The article reports on a Confederation of British Industry (CBI)/Pertemps employment trends survey which found that the number of employees working flexibly in Great Britain has risen sharply over the past four years, as of September 2008. According to the survey of 513 employers, almost half allow their employees to telework, up from 14 percent two years ago and 11 percent in 2004. The popularity of term-time working and job sharing has also increased dramatically.


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