Lucy Adams
January 9, 2020
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You have to offer flexible working to attract the best – but how do you actually make flexible working work in your organisation? In this webinar we look at:

  • The different forms of flexible working
  • The business case for flexible working
  • How companies have implemented it successfully

This is just one of the tons of resources available via the Disruptive HR Club. Click here to find out more

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  • Access to our exclusive content on the latest HR trends and innovative practices normally only accessible through our workshops and consultancy
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  • Interviews with HR professionals to hear how they are disrupting HR in their organisations
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