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Get the job-home balance right

Flexible working arrangements can enable employers to cut costs while keeping staff happy. Connie O’Toole reports.

15th November, 2008

Flexible working arrangements can enable employers to cut costs while keeping staff happy. Connie O’Toole reports.

Initiatives designed to manage staff costs and productivity should be a priority for employers facing a more challenging trading environment, according to the co-author of a new study on work-life balance (WLB).

WLB has found favour with progressive employers as a means to attract candidates with the promise of flexible familyfriendly initiatives such as job sharing and...

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