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The University wishes to provide employees with more opportunities to balance work and personal life, while ensuring that any such arrangements are beneficial to the business.
Flexible working is one way to increase the range of employment and career opportunities available to people not wanting to undertake full-time work. Flexible working may also be part of a transition into full retirement, by allowing employees aged 55 or over to flexibly access pension benefits while continuing to work.
The University aims to agree requests to work flexibly on an informal basis wherever possible. In addition, every employee has the statutory right under the Employment Rights Act 1996 (as modified) to ask to work flexibly after 26 weeks’ employment service.
From: Human Resources
As part of: Working Here