THE GUARDIAN: Flexible working for parents is great. But child-free people need it, too

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Release date: 16/4/2019

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Professor Sharon Clarke and Dr Lynn Holdsworth of Alliance Manchester Business School find a direct correlation between flexible working and reduced occupational stress. In their 2017 report Flexibility in the Workplace: Implications of flexible work arrangements for individuals, teams and organisations, they discover that the upshot is more motivated, committed and productive staff and enhanced organisational effectiveness.

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TitleFlexible working for parents is great. But child-free people need it, too
Media name/outletThe Guardian
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date16/04/19
DescriptionProfessor Sharon Clarke and Dr Lynn Holdsworth of Alliance Manchester Business School find a direct correlation between flexible working and reduced occupational stress. In their 2017 report Flexibility in the Workplace: Implications of flexible work arrangements for individuals, teams and organisations, they discover that the upshot is more motivated, committed and productive staff and enhanced organisational effectiveness.
URLhttps://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/apr/16/flexible-work-parents-child-free-control
PersonsSharon Clarke, Lynn Holdsworth