But it is not only parents who are interested in flexitime
, many people have to juggle their time, whether dealing with the admin of life in the UAE, or wanting to spend less time commuting and more time living.
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Only some staff at the Herbert had been on Flexitime
and while it was being scrapped the Trust was always sympathetic to any of its employees who had particular needs to adapt their hours.
Employees with short-term care responsibilities lasting three to four months can now reduce their working hours temporarily using their flexitime
account by agreement with their line manager.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: "The Olympics are an ideal opportunity for more employers to try out innovative flexible working practices such as flexitime
and home working.
The outdoor workforce has no access to the flexitime
scheme, but is offered nine-day fortnights.
UMC's Hsuan pointed out that putting flexitime
into practice is technically difficult in consideration of the ingrained mistrust between the management and the labor.
In 2010, 27 per cent of employees in the Czech Republic used flexitime
benefits at work, according to a survey from the website platy.
Grassle also criticises the flexitime
scheme, introduced by the EU executive in 2007, which allows staff to earn additional two days off every four weeks.
City chiefs say the internal website will allow staff to access other information, such as flexitime
, training and personnel forms.
There was only one study of flexitime
work conditions, where employees have some say in when their daily work schedule begins and ends.