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Men and younger workers moving away from full-time roles, finds study

Majority of employees now working flexibly but just one in 10 job ads mentions flexibility

Most full-time employees in the UK now enjoy some degree of flexible working, with men and younger workers increasingly likely to shun the traditional nine-to-five, a study published today has found.

Timewise’s survey of more than 3,000 people found that 63 per cent of permanent, full-time employees now work flexibly, using a broad definition of the term that includes those who often work from home, as well as people on reduced hours or flexible working patterns.

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December 6, 2017

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