Lovely Role for Part-time Employment Solicitor in London with French and/or German

We are currently looking to recruit a 1 – 3 years’ PQE employment solicitor for a part-time/flexible role (probably 3 or 4 days per week) in one of the smaller international law firms in London (near Liverpool Street). The firm

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Flexibility – the key to good childcare in tough times

The current financial climate has affected the availability as well as the type of childcare in many homes. Being one of the most expensive drains on a family’s resources, it has in many cases necessitated one parent remaining at home,

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Should you be honest?

When applying for a new role, when is it best to mention that you’d like to work flexibly? That’s the question being posed by the Guardian today. http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/work-blog/2012/oct/01/when-best-mention-flexible-part-time-working?newsfeed=true What do you think? Is it best to be upfront about it

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Workplace survey reveals surprises …

What pleasure would you sacrifice in order to work from home one day a week? Research by Citrix revealed several interesting and sometimes amusing truths about office life including the fact that 64% of workers who had never worked remotely

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Retaining staff

Three areas critical to retaining staff are more flexible working, clear communication and investment in learning and development according to research conducted by Thales Training and Consultancy and yet nearly three quarters of HR directo rs are concerned about retaining

Flexible Work – more than just an issue of being family friendly

http://www.thelawyer.com/flexible-work-%C2%AD-more-than-just-an-issue-of-being-family-friendly/1009863.article