- working some of your normal hours at home, or another location
- flexible start and/or finish times
- job sharing, or moving from full-time to part-time
- working the same number of hours over fewer days
- purchase leave to provide additional annual leave
- taking lifestyle leave to volunteer, further your study, or more.
Working flexibly doesn't mean you're missing out on opportunities. But it does mean having the freedom to be yourself - to make time for the things that matter to you, and to be as excited about coming to work each day as we are about having you.
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