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Gleitzeit under scrutiny

We don’t have any new school of thought, religion, education etc at the time when the very process of thinking is changing from linear to non-linear, when mental health evolves into a new form of “unhealthy” but supposedly well-equipped to live with any chronic disorder such as Attention Deficit Disorder, Sleep Deprivation and so forth. 99 more words

Paul Jaisini

Reflection: Civil Service Live - Liverpool

One of the assessment criteria of Chartership is to have:

Examined the organisational context of their service, evaluated service performance, shown the ability to implement or recommend improvement, and reflected on actual or desired outcomes. 1,800 more words


on allowing good people to work where and when they work best

There seems to be a movement in the marketing community towards better work-life balance. Whether it’s Chime’s Amelia Torode championing flexible and part-time working for Mums… 296 more words


Government announces new start date for flexible working extension

06 Mar 2014

The Government has announced that the right to request flexible working arrangements will now be extended to all employees with effect from 30 June 2014, following a previous delay to the Children and Families Bill earlier this year. 141 more words

When is writing time?

Phil: I’ve always considered myself to be a morning person. Why this should be I don’t know.

I’ve never been one for a lie in. The last time I was still in bed after 9am I slept in a cot with a teddy bear. 182 more words


Flexible Working: Employee v Employer Benefits

The topic of flexible working and how it can improve employee engagement has been around for some while now and I have covered it several times in my blog. 384 more words

Workforce Management

Work from home and Flexitime are here to stay

Yahoo’s recent statement “speed and quality are often sacrificed when we work from home” on its new “No work from home policy” is concerning employees everywhere. 292 more words

Employee Relation