With 92% of generation Y identifying flexibility as a priority when selecting a workplace, it is imperative for businesses address this growing trend.

Last year flexible working rules changed. Since this time flexible working has grown in popularity, with businesses benefiting from a more productive workforce that can respond to customer requests more efficiently. This in turn makes flexible working a cost effective practice.

One reason for this change is that customers now expect products and services to be available outside traditional working hours. Added to this, employees want to achieve a better balance between their work and home life and organisations want to match their business needs with the way their employees work. To find out more about the growing trend of flexible working, check out the graphic below.

Sage flexible working infographic
This infographic was produced by Sage UK

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