Recruiters urged to go flexible to avoid sex discrimination rules

Recruiters should consider offering a flexible working option when advertising consultant vacancies or risk falling foul of indirect sex discrimination rules.

The BBC reports that this past weekend, Prime Minister Theresa May called on more companies to publish details of their gender pay gap in a renewed effort to improve equality in the workplace. She also said firms should strive to make flexible working a reality for all staff by advertising all jobs as flexible “from day one” unless there were “solid business reasons” not...

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