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    An agile approach to recruitment at Lloyds Banking Group

    Lloyds Banking Group now specify if agile working options are on offer, for each and every new job they advertise. They also make it clear which types of agile working are available for the role.

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    Breaking the mould in the legal sector

    Harper James Solicitors are bringing a breath of fresh air to the legal sector – hiring in senior professionals who can work when and where they want. CEO Toby Harper explains.

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    Time for a fair deal for flexi commuters

    The Fair Fares Now Campaign is working with part-time commuters and MPs to end discriminatory fare structures and win equality for part-time commuters. Lianna Etkind reports on the need for part-time season tickets.

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    Flexibility and diversity at National Grid

    Louise Farnworth progressed her career at National Grid to become its UK HR Director, while working an 80% contract. So she’s well-placed to talk about its positive approach to flexible working, including at the point of recruitment.

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    Flexible working: a matter of intelligence

    Nigel Slater, Head of Management Consulting at KPMG, talks about the firm’s approach to ‘intelligent working’ and how the whole working world is moving fast in this direction.

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    Timewise Power Part Time List 2017

    The latest Power Part Time Top List proves, yet again, that part time people have heaps of talent and can drive outstanding business success.

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    How flexible working can change lives

    Graham Duxbury is Chief Executive of charity, Groundwork UK. He believes promoting flexible working is not just part of their management approach, it’s also core to their mission.

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    Why we want to change the part-time and flexible jobs market

    Emma Stewart talks about the social impact of flexible working and why the Big Lottery Fund supports our campaign.

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    Back for Good: HR mentors helping parents make a career comeback

    The CIPD’s Steps Ahead programme uses volunteer HR mentors to help returners get back into a career, to great success. Katerina Rudiger tells us more.

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    Flexible working is the key to diversity

    Recruiters, Capability Jane, believe that flexible working can help with the ‘diversity vacuum’ that can be found at the top of many organisations.

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    Flexibility is not a one-size-fits-all concept

    PwC believes there are many ways to flex – at all grades and levels. Gaenor Bagley explains why.

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    Active Inclusion: the journey to making flexible working the norm

    Paul Margetts, CEO, Capgemini UK, believes flexible working is a necessity, not a nice-to-have, which is why they have launched their Work Life Harmony initiative.

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    It’s #timetorebalance

    Wednesday, 5th October, is Working Families’ national Go Home on Time Day. Sarah Jackson OBE and Chief Executive of Working Families tells us why this day is so important for parents.

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    ‘A flexible culture needs to start with recruitment’

    Mandy Garner, Editor of Workingmums.co.uk, believes employers need to embrace flexibility at the recruitment stage.

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    Work Agility at Deloitte

    Flexible working is going from strength to strength at Deloitte. Emma Codd, Managing Partner for Talent, tells us why. 

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    Apprenticeships my way

    The Young Women’s Trust believe there needs to be more part-time apprenticeship schemes.

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    Atkins joins Hire Me My Way campaign

    We are pleased to announce that Atkins are one of the latest employers backing our campaign. As one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies, they stand out as an employer of choice for their unique challenges and projects.

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    Flexibility for work/life balance

    Pets at Home want to give colleagues every opportunity to progress their careers in a way that meets both work and home life demands.

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    A strong culture of flexibility at Mercer

    For Mercer, flexible working is a business imperative. Siobhan Martin, UK HR Director talks about their approach.

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    “We believe work is something we do, not somewhere we go”

    As the largest employer in the area, Warwickshire Council want their staff to be able to have choices in how, when and where they work. Sue Evans tells us more.

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    Disability employer, Remploy, backs Hire Me My Way

    We are delighted that Remploy are supporting our campaign for more part-time and flexible jobs.

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    Flexible hiring – it’s just smarter all round

    Belu Water’s CEO, Karen Lynch, believes we should talk more about flexible hiring, not be afraid to test it out…and then talk some more. Why? Because it makes business sense.

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    Why Kellogg’s supports the ‘Hire me my way’ Campaign

    Nick Dawson tells us why Kellogg’s is supporting the Hire Me My Way campaign and how the North West’s largest employer is open to flexibility in all its forms.

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    Hire Me My Way in the press

    There’s been a lot of interest in the Hire Me My Way campaign. We’ve been on the radio and have been talked about in the national press, including a piece from campaign founder Karen Mattison, Joint CEO, Timewise, who talks about her own experience of finding a flexible job.

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    Over 1,000 people join Hire Me My Way campaign in the first day!

    A great start to the campaign. The more people who sign up the more we can influence employers to be open to flexible and part-time working from the point of hire, so keep spreading the word. In the meantime, a huge thank you to all of you who’ve signed up, we can’t do this without you!

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    Hire Me My Way launches to ‘fix the jobs market’

    Karen Mattison, Joint CEO of Timewise, talks about the launch of the Hire Me My Way campaign. Its aim is to create a fairer jobs market for millions of people who can’t work a traditional full-time job.

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    Major employers back Hire Me My Way campaign

    Emma Stewart, Joint CEO of Timewise, tells us more about the employers who are open to flexibility at the point of hire, and backing the Hire Me My Way campaign.

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    “UK companies missing out on talent”

    Lynn Rattigan, Chief Operating Officer at EY in the UK & Ireland, believes companies across the UK could be missing out on a pool of talent that has the right skills and experiences they are in great need of, simply because they fail to include a simple sentence in their job ads – ‘open to flexibility’.

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    We’re Live!

    24 May 2016

    Today we go live. We’d love you to join our campaign for more part-time and flexible jobs. The more people who join us, the more employers will back the campaign too. And that means more jobs being opened up to part-time and flexible options from day one of a new hire.

    Our goal is one million part-time and flexible jobs per year by 2020 – three times the current number. Please help us get there!

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