Recruiters face having to advertise jobs with flexible working from day one

Requiring recruiters to advertise jobs offering flexible working as open to all workers from day one in the job would be a game-changer for candidates but could also increase employers’ access to talent.

This morning the TUC announced it has joined the Flex for All campaign – along with Pregnant then Screwed, Fawcett Society, Mother Pukka, the Young Women’s Trust and the Fatherhood Institute. 

The campaign has launched a petition to change the law to ensure flexible working is open to all workers on their first day in the job, with employers required to advertise...

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