Sunday May 31, 2020

CIB News: Irish firms lack flexible technology

A new survey has found that 74 per cent of Irish businesses report allowing flexible working.

31st March, 2012
Gina Quin, Dublin Chamber of Commerce; Lisette Krol, Acrobalance artist; and Jeremy Showalter, Microsoft Ireland.

A new survey, commissioned by Microsoft and conducted by Vanson Bourne, has found that 74 per cent of Irish businesses report allowing flexible working and 69 per cent of these businesses record they have policies and guidelines in place in their organisation, but only 19 per cent of those businesses measure the impact of flexible working.

However, only 30 per cent of employees say they are aware that their organisation has policies or guidelines in place for flexible...

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