Flexible Working: Good for your Health

Flexible Working: Good for your Health

Review Highlights Health Benefits of Flexible Working Arrangements: Blood Pressure, Sleep and Mental Health Improve. There is evidence to suggest that flexible working might be beneficial for employees’ health if they are allowed to have input into their own working patterns, a review by Cochrane Researchers suggests. The study may throw some light on potential health benefits associated with current trends towards more flexible working in the UK and Europe. In Scandinavian countries, flexible working arrangements for employees with families are commonplace. And last year, the UK government extended an earlier piece of legislation allowing parents of young children to request flexible working, meaning all parents with children under 16 now have the right to request flexible working a... »