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Flexible Working

The University recognises the benefits from supporting initiatives which may help employees to achieve a balance in their work commitments and their life outside of work.

The University has a legal duty to consider all applications from employees who are eligible under the Statute and to establish whether the desired work pattern can be accommodated within the needs of the business. The University will consider each application objectively on this basis, and not attempt to judge whether one applicant’s need for flexible working is greater than another’s.

For more advice on Flexible Working and the information contained on this page please contact your HR Business Partner.

  • Flexible Working Hours Scheme

  • Flexible Working the Right to Apply

  • Compassionale Leave/Emergency Care of Dependants

Vidcast on Flexible Working Requests >

Flexible Working
  • A summary of the law surrounding flexible working requests, eligibility criteria and how to respond to a flexible working application, presented by Jane Byford, Partner & Head of Employment at SGH Martineau.
  • Vidcast Script on Flexible Working Requests

This recording is a summary of the law in this area and is not a substitute for advice on any specific circumstances you are dealing with.