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Julie McCarthy, head of policy at the Working Families charity, says there hasn't been a huge spike in applications to work flexibly since the right to request was introduced - although the charity's own research has found that 61% of parents have access to flexible working, sometimes on an informal basis.
However, our research shows that the pressure to be seen in the office and a lack of tools to enable remote working are still preventing the benefits that working flexibly brings.
A study by charities Age UK and Carers UK found that the proportion of older women working flexibly has fallen over the past two years, while there has been a "marked increase" in the number unemployed for more than a year.
As mentioned before, we would take stock of the evolving situation in future and react flexibly if there is any need to change the current practice," Shaikh Abdullah said.
Four out of five said they would work flexibly at some point during London 2012, varying their hours to travel later or earlier than usual.
China's central bank said Saturday it has decided to let the yuan's exchange rate move more flexibly, suggesting that it may let the currency start appreciating by scrapping its nearly two-year policy of pegging the yuan to the dollar, although gradually.
China's central bank said Saturday it has decided to let the yuan's exchange rate move more flexibly, albeit gradually, suggesting that it may let the currency start appreciating by scrapping its nearly two-year policy of pegging the yuan to the dollar.
With three quarters of workers planning to take the day off, we are calling on bosses to allow those staff who could remain productive to work flexibly whether from home or a business centre nearby rather than commuting to an almost-empty office.
The footwear industry is said to be a very dynamic segment that must respond quickly and flexibly to changing market demands.
Okinawa governor-elect says to deal flexibly with base relocation
Incorporating Toyo Tire's proprietary Advanced Tire Operation Module (ATOM) production system, which boasts high-quality, reduced space, flexible production and automation, the new plant will be able to flexibly adjust production schedules in accordance with market trends and needs.
The Legislature has called for reform of this approach to federal funding and also approval for the pending ``waiver'' application that, in the interim, will enable California to receive funds that can be used more flexibly.
Jay Sugarman, chairman and CEO of iStar Financial, added, "We believe AutoStar's unique ability to provide customers with a wide range of flexibly structured and custom-tailored capital will make AutoStar a valuable financing source for auto retailers nationwide.
These solutions isolate and distribute the components of their architecture in order to flexibly address application performance requirements.