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Case study: how to offer flexible working to attract outstanding staff and boost retention

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Last updated on 18 July 2018
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An innovative timetable enables Manchester Communication Academy to offer flexi days, staggered start times and part-time working – contributing to a 90% staff retention rate. Read on for ideas about how to implement flexible working in your school.

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  1. 1 The school's approach to flexible working
  2. 2 Developing a simple timetable
  3. 3 What does a typical week look like?
  4. 4 Offering flexi days
  5. 5 Budgeting to enable flexible working
  6. 6 Benefits of introducing flexible working
  7. 7 Introducing wider wellbeing initiatives 
  8. 8 Tips for other schools

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