Article Database - Topic: 'Flexible working' - Keyword: 'Family friendly rights'

 
Flexible working to become an automatic right? Publication date: 14.04.2016
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The Women and Equalities Committee has told the government that flexible working should be an automatic right in every job from day one of employment. Is this major change really likely to happen?
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Flexible working: any right of appeal? Publication date: 09.12.2015
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All employees with 26 weeks’ continuous service have the right to request a flexible working arrangement. In the event you reject such a request do they have any statutory right of appeal?
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Children now at school, no more homeworking Publication date: 09.05.2014
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employer’s decision to withdraw a flexible working arrangement from a female employee because her children are now at school was wrong. Why?
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Revoking a statutory flexible working request Publication date: 21.10.2011
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When a statutory flexible working request is granted it becomes a permanent change to the employee’s contract. But what would happen if, sometime later, you needed to change it? Could the arrangement be revoked?
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Flexible working extension now shelved Publication date: 11.04.2011
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Flexible working extension now shelved.. U-turn. Plans to extend statutory flexible working rights to all parents with children under the age of 18 from April 6 2011 had been in place for some time. However, with less than three weeks to go - and employers already prepared - the government made an unexpected announcement and shelved them. Those with...
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Extending flexible working rights Publication date: 11.03.2011
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From April 6, a further 300,000 employees will receive flexible working rights. But why is this latest change not really that much of a problem for you?
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Q&A - must they prove care responsibilities? Publication date: 27.01.2011
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Q&A - must they prove care responsibilities?.. Q. Can we demand that any employees who make statutory flexible working requests to care for children provide us with hard evidence in their application that this personal responsibility really exists? A. No, you can’t; there’s no legal requirement on them to do this. However, if you think that...
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Flexible working - right from day one? Publication date: 23.02.2010
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It’s rumoured that the government will soon extend flexible working rights to every employee from the day they start work. Something else to worry about?
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Who has the right to flexible working? Publication date: 30.04.2009
Article database » Work and parents » Flexible working
A member of staff has heard about some recent changes to the laws on flexible working. As a result, they’re now saying that you must give them this type of arrangement. Are they right?
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Extension to flexible working? Publication date: 05.03.2009
Article database » Work and parents » Flexible working
Despite rumours to the contrary, the right to request flexible working may still be extended from April 6 2009. Should this cause you any concern?
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