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The HR Headmistress' blog
7th November 2018
For many employees working from home is seen as a very desirable state of affairs. You can wear what you like. You can work when you like so long as you turn in the project on time and to the right standard. Home working allows you to avoid the...
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12th June 2015
Most of us are used to “Martini” working now – (any time, any place anywhere…) and it’s all made possible by modern technology. The TUC has made headlines with its analysis that now 4.2 million people in Britain...
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23rd June 2014
In 1998 11 per cent of the UK’s workforce worked from home, equivalent to 2.9 million people. In the last year alone this has risen by more than 60,000 and the number of people working from home has reached record levels. The UK now has 4.2...
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