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TUC Report on the Future of Flexible Work

Many employers in our sector are planning to re-open their offices over the next few months. Recent research by the TUC shows more than four out of five (82 per cent) workers in Britain want to work flexibly in the future, rising to 87 per cent amongst women workers. The most popular forms of flexible working desired in the future are remote working, flexi-time, and part-time work but workers would also like job sharing, annualised hours, term time only working, compressed hours and mutually-agreed predictable hours to be made available to them.  

To meet this demand from workers, Trade Union need to negotiate new rules that provide fair flexibility for everyone. 

To find out more about this please read the TUC's Report on The Future of Flexible Work https://www.tuc.org.uk/research-analysis/reports/future-flexible-work

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