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20th November 2018

Third of UK workers not given the flexibility and support to do their job

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A survey by YouGov found that 32% of employees don’t receive the option to work flexibly and believe they are not given the support to do their jobs. The survey of 1174 UK employees, questioned employee’s true thoughts about their employers and company culture. Rigid hours, micro management and poor leadership were some of the key factors.

In contrast, of the 63 percent of employees who said they were given the flexibility and support to do their job, many cited flexible hours and the freedom to manage their own working time, supported by good training, regular meetings and having ‘understanding’ managers as reasons for their satisfaction.

Therefore, the research shows how a combination of good management and flexible working practices helps to create a positive company culture, inspiring workers and impacting their overall happiness and job satisfaction.

Read the HR Review article here