Flexible working in practice: can it be a win–win?

Carolyne Crowe
Friday, July 2, 2021

Flexible working comes in many different forms, from flexible roles, responsibilities, altered hours, or adaptable working environments. Flexibility is a key contributor in building an engaged and sustainable workforce. This article poses questions to consider about how to work in a flexible and sustainable way to benefit you, your team, the patients under your care and your practice both during and in the recovery phase following the pandemic.

Figure 1. Flexibly working can include shift times that suit individuals — such as earlier shifts for those who prefer working early in the day.
Figure 1. Flexibly working can include shift times that suit individuals — such as earlier shifts for those who prefer working early in the day.

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