Evening emails and the “always on” culture overwhelm working parents and threaten to sabotage work-life balance improvements, according to annual surveyContinue reading
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Keep up-to-date with family friendly rights: what’s coming in 2020. This course flags up cases and other developments which you need to know, what the main changes are and [...]
How to help parents in employment: asking for flexible working, taking time off for your children and help with childcare costs
Evening emails and the “always on” culture overwhelm working parents and threaten to sabotage work-life balance improvements, according to annual survey
More than half of parents (58%) are working extra, unpaid hours, as campaigners warn many families and firms are losing fight to keep jobs “human-sized” 48% of working parents [...]
Find out how to flex your work to fit your life with an immersive, interactive Working Families virtual Workshop.
Parents/carers and best-practice employers agree that companies should publish their flexible working and family-related policies
New figures from work-life balance charity Working Families  show that both parents/carers and best-practice employers alike are overwhelmingly in favour of greater [...]
Work-life balance charity Working Families has announced its annual list of the top family-friendly employers in the UK. Employers large and small from across the public, [...]
Working Families’ response to Theresa May’s announcement of a consultation on parental leave entitlements
Working Families' Chief Executive, Jane van Zyl, responds to Theresa May's 19 July announcement of a consultation on parental leave entitlements.
Working Families and a host of other organisations are calling for the Government to consult on flexible recruitment without delay.