Flexible Working Guide


A best-practice guide to introduce flexible working arrangements that effectively contribute to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace.


The Flexible Working Guide follows the latest research and evidence. It outlines not only the benefits of flexible working to organisations and employees, but also different types of flexible working arrangements. It shares the latest compelling evidence of the role flexible working plays in attracting and retaining diverse talent. It provides practical advice to create and implement a flexible working policy that is truly embedded into your corporate culture. It covers potential key challenges and how to overcome them, as well as best ways to communicate your new flexible working policy internally. 

Who is it for?

DEI and HR professionals seeking to learn more about the latest, best-practice approaches to Flexible Working, and how it can contribute to building diverse and equitable workplaces. 

Why you might need this?

Flexible working is an evidence-based approach to building diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces. However, in many organisations it lacks impact. As best practices evolve with emerging research, this guide provides the latest inclusive approaches to introducing flexible working. For a readily adaptable flexible working policy, please check out the accompanying Flexible Working Policy.  

What you will get:

A downloadable, PDF document that covers:

  1. Benefits of flexible working 
  2. Overview of flexible working arrangements 
  3. Business and employee benefits 
  4. How flexibility drives DEI outcomes
  5. Inclusive flexible working policy 
  6. Inclusive flexible working practice 
  7. Common challenges to anticipate and prepare for 
  8. Clearly communicating your policy
  9. Training and support


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