What do you do when you see an advert for your dream job, but it’s full-time and there’s no mention of flexible working being possible?
When a job advert clearly states the type of part time/flexible working available, is it wise to talk about flexibility in your application or at interview?
How do you ask about your need for flexibility, when the job advert says something unspecific such as ‘flexible working options will be considered’?
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