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Effective flexible working arrangements

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Last updated on 9 March 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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How can flexible working arrangements benefit schools? We look at DfE and Acas guidance on how flexible working can improve staff retention and reduce the need for costly recruitment rounds. We also relay DfE guidance on how schools can overcome common concerns about flexible working.

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Contents

  1. 1 Employees have the right to request flexible working
  2. 2 Potential benefits
  3. 3 Overcoming perceived barriers
  4. 4 Leadership teams

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