In the eyes of the manager

Freddie Alves, managing director at Talking Talent, says structure is needed to de-risk flexible working for managers. A manager within a Financial Services firm said to me at a recent focus group: “I don’t really care if the person reporting… Read More ›

Staying connected

Increased flexible or agile working means more and more people are in danger of experiencing isolation. Colin Stuart, managing director of Baker Stuart, explains what needs to be done to keep remote workers connected. Despite the unquestionable advantages associated with… Read More ›

Adapt to thrive

Companies can and should equip their teams to handle tasks flexibly, says Jesper Frederiksen, Vice President, EMEA, at e-signature provider Docusign. “A reed before the wind lives on, while mighty oaks do fall”. The roots of this quote can be… Read More ›

Legal view: part-time holiday pay

How should holiday entitlement be calculated when a part-time worker’s hours increase? Charlotte Taylor, employment solicitor at Winckworth Sherwood, considers a recent case. In the recent case of Greenfield v The Care Bureau Ltd (C-219/14), the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”)… Read More ›