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The study, commissioned from management consultants Bain & Company, said that less than half of Australian employers have a workplace flexibility policy, and that those policies were not necessarily effective.

By flexible working, it meant allowing employees some control over when, where and how they worked, including part-time, working from home, setting their own hours and taking a leave of absence.

The study argued that women seeking flexible work were equally – if not more ambitious – than those who did not. They just were willing to take a different route.

Read More –  Employers must create flexible workplaces for both genders

 

http://thenewdaily.com.au/money/2016/02/16/employers-must-create-flexible-workplaces-for-both-genders/

 

 

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