FLEXIBLE EMPLOYERS

  • How we make it work: Job sharing at EY
    Job sharing is a brilliant way to progress your career whilst working flexibly. But how do you make it work day-to-day, and how can you persuade your employers to give it a try?
  • To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Susie Gray, Mental Health First Aider at EY, gives her top 5 tips for looking after our minds.
  • Have you ever wondered what employers really think about flexible working? EY’s Joanna Clarke, who runs the firm’s Reconnect Programme for career returners, shares some helpful tips for candidates.
  • Capgemini believes that a brilliant workforce is made up of diverse experiences. For example, they run a Disability, Carers & Allies Network to support these groups.
  • EY’s focus on their employees’ health and wellbeing isn’t just a feel-good initiative. It’s a strategic priority that runs through every level of the organisation, with flexible working at its heart.
  • Lynn Rattigan, Chief Operating Officer at EY, UK & I, gives examples of EY employees that have successfully customised their work life through flexibility to pursue their passions alongside a successful career.
  • With the support of our partners at EY, we’ve produced some brand new research on who wants to work flexibly and why. Here’s what we discovered.
  • When it comes to flexible working ‘That’s just not the way we work here’ is out of date. Future-proofing working patterns is the way to get ahead.
  • Alcoholic beverages giant Diageo is a performance-driven business that uses flexibility to help employees reach their full potential. This approach pays dividends.
  • Oxford Instruments has flexible work patterns on offer across the company. HR Director Claire Flint says it helps the organisation to recruit and retain staff in a fiercely competitive market for engineering talent.
  • Fiona Gibson,managing director at Accenture, explains how to demonstrate that flexible working can benefit everyone – including the client.
  • Innovative companies and individuals are challenging traditional ways of working in the legal sector. Journalist Heather Greig-Smith talks to some of the lawyers who are leading change.
  • Simmons & Simmons was the first major law firm to advertise their openness to recruiting new staff on a flexible basis, in all their job descriptions.
  • Lynn Rattigan, COO of EY UK & Ireland shares her own part time story, and talks about EY's approach to flexible working.