Work, for Me: Understanding Candidate Preferences
for Flexibility

Work, for Me: Understanding Candidate Preferences for FlexibilityWorkplace flexibility as a talent management policy is no longer an option. It’s an essential practice that better enables organisations to attract and develop skilled talent.

It doesn’t just mean working remotely. Workplace flexibility includes a broad spectrum of working arrangements – such as flexible arrival and departure times; compressed hours; greater choice and control in shift patterns; caregiving leave, and much more.

While no employer can accommodate every single flexible arrangement, it’s increasingly important that they implement and facilitate a range of flexible working policies so their organisation appeals to workers at each stage of their career.

We interviewed 14,000 workers in 19 influential employment markets around the world, to find out more about their attitudes towards flexible working.

Download our new whitepaper to find out more about the importance of flexible working for both candidates and organisations; the types of flexible working arrangements workers looking for; and for suggestions on actions employers can take to better meet candidate demand for flexibility.