Julie points out that some people simply don't want to work flexibly
, and say it would reduce their income, or believe they'd be seen as less committed and it would negatively impact their career.
These external storage cache systems can be flexibly
combined with distributed RAID controllers to provide performance where performance is needed.
While senior managers' requests to work flexibly
are treated with respect, employees further down the career ladder find that the long-hours culture is still rife.
Does your staffing solution respond quickly and flexibly
to the changing needs of the higher education sector?
The Lawrence David Traccess 90/38 flexibly
mounted, all-bolted curtain-sider trailers all come fitted with disc brakes - an additional safety feature ordered for the first time by Knowles Transport.
predecessor of KPMG Peat Marwick) from a case alleging violations of section 10(b)-5 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, finding that rule lob-5 must be read flexibly
, rather than not technically or restrictively.
A survey of 2,000 adults by 02 Business found that just over half were aware of legislation launched six months ago offering the legal right to request to work flexibly
An analysis of the Labour Force Survey found that 36 per cent of women worked flexibly
in 2012, down from 38 per cent in 2010.
Any steps which encourage a fair balance of rights between maternity and paternity leave, and which balance the opportunity to work flexibly
, are to be welcomed, and may assist in challenging stereotypes about the roles of mothers and fathers.
stocks logged modest gains last Friday and China decided over the weekend to allow the yuan to move more flexibly
The footwear industry is said to be a very dynamic segment that must respond quickly and flexibly
to changing market demands.