More recruiters offer flex working to attract top billers

The UK Recruitment Index highlights agile working as a top benefit.

Agile/flexible working is rising in popularity as a benefit for fee earners at UK recruitment companies, according to the newly-launched UK Recruitment Index.

The greatest take-up of flexible working is by companies reporting net fee income of £2m to £10m.

The benefit is nearly as popular at firms earning less than £2m NFI, but a smaller percentage of...

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