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Why flexible working is highly desirable for men, women – and your business

When it comes to levels of employee job satisfaction and overall happiness in the workplace, we hear time and again that work patterns that don’t fit the 9-5 mould matter as much as salary. The Works Search Annual Salary Guide 2017/18 took a close look at company benefits and the other factors that professionals across the industry in corporate communications and financial communications place a high value on when it comes to their jobs. Our survey found that flexibility in the workplace is high on the priority list of both male and female comms professionals. 

For the 60% of female respondents, the one company benefit that would make the biggest difference to how they feel about their jobs is, unsurprisingly, flexible working. But flexible working isn’t just about being a woman or a parent anymore; it’s what the millennial generation are coming to expect and it is something organisations should be embracing and seeking to embed wherever possible.

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Thought Leaders Connected is a select group of senior communications leaders who want to; network, debate, share knowledge and learn from each other.

Through our own extensive network and connections, The Works' executive search team will facilitate and support the ongoing growth and development of this rather special group.

Get ready to contribute in our breakfast debates, be interviewed, give your opinions and network with like-minded, smart, senior people.

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For a more detailed insight, download your copy of The Works Search Salary Guide 2017/18

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