Wednesday October 28, 2020

Why flexible working options are the business

Are you happy in your job? Recent research by LinkedIn indicates that one in four people in Ireland are not. Flexible working and the gig economy might just fix that, writes Amanda Connolly

3rd February, 2019
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Vanessa Tierney, co-founder, Abodoo

Two-thirds of the people in Ireland surveyed by LinkedIn said that a salary increase would be the first thing to tempt them to leave their current role, followed by flexible working hours, healthcare and a better work-life balance.

Flexible working arrangements and a better work-life balance might sound like a pipe dream to some, but for an increasing number of people in Ireland today, it is reality.

For years, the dominant narrative in Ireland has...

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