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Flexible working: examples

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Last updated on 12 March 2018
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Job share arrangements can boost retention and reduce levels of absence, sickness and stress. We link to an example of how flexible working can be managed from a teaching union and further examples from schools and LAs.

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  1. 1 Example from a union
  2. 2 Flexible working: school policies
  3. 3 Job sharing: school policies
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