Recruiters can steal a march on competitors by being more flexible with their working

Recruiters who successfully introduce flexible working can guard against an exodus of talent making for the door.

That’s according to agency leaders Recruiter spoke to in the wake of a bill tabled by Conservative MP Helen Whately this week calling for flexible working to be the default position for all employees, rather than it being up to individuals to make requests.

Lucy Haworth, senior recruiter and head of operations at 9-2-3 Jobs, told Recruiter she...

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