Flexible work is good work

Hadley's comment: Flexible work is good work

With the jobs market in flux, worker expectations and employer needs constantly evolving, and political scrutiny on employment practices intensifying, now is the time to ramp up one of our core campaigning messages: flexibility and good work go hand in hand.

The Matthew Taylor Review into modern working practices has energised the debate around what constitutes ‘...

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