A one day training course designed to raise awareness of your understanding and responsibilities in relation to Flexible Working.
Flexible working can be a huge motivator, increasing productivity and loyalty. An increasing number of staff want more flexibility in the workplace – not only due to child, elderly or other caring responsibilities, but also due to staff preferring a healthier work/life balance.
This course is available as an In-House Course. We tailor the course to meet your requirements
There are a number of reasons why managers should consider moving away from more traditional patterns of work and offering flexibility in work patterns:
Employers have a statutory duty to consider such requests from parents and carers seriously and according to a set procedure. How are you managing flexible working? If you are a proactive employer and want to get ahead of the game this full day seminar is for you.
Delegates will get the opportunity to examine their own or others Flexible working policies and practices and design new approaches using what they have learnt from the seminar
All our training is tailored to meet the needs of the organisation, so we would go through your specific requirements and develop a course to meet those requirements.
Click here to see our pre-course questionnaire. This will let us know the objectives you have for the training and an idea of any specific areas you want to be covered.
Once we receive this, we will be able to provide you with a course outline tailored to your needs.
This is a face-to-face course taught by experienced professionals. It offers a range of methods to help participants develop both skills and knowledge. These include direct formal input, small and large group discussions and exercises and case study material.
For further information, please complete the enquiry form or call us on 0161 763 4783.
We can develop or modify a course specifically to meet your organisation's needs. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact us
Half Day: £495
Full Day: £795
These rates are for groups of up to 20 delegates
Travel costs are in addition. Please see our Costs and Agreement
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