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8 Mar 2017
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Through technology allowing us to complete work not only at our desk, we’re gradually moving out of a culture of set-in-stone hours, and into one that ‘suits an employee’s needs’ (1) understanding that sometimes a job can be best completed by allowing for flexible working patterns. Academics at Lancaster University have suggested that by the […]Read More