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Flexible and part-time workers outperform full-time counterparts

The percentage of top performance ratings for part-time and reduced-hours workers is higher than across all staff, at 34% vs 14%, according to Working Families

The charity has released a new report assessing the flexible, agile, and family-friendly working policies of its employer members. The 2018 Top Employers for Working Families Benchmark report explores the experiences of 630,000 employees across public, private, and third sector organisations.

Jane van Zyl, chief executive of Working Families, said organisations that recognise the value of part-time and reduced-hours workers are reaping the benefits. “This year’s benchmark shows that Working Families’ member organisations are getting the most out of their part-time and reduced-hours workers in terms of performance, demonstrating that working ‘differently’ is not only good for working parents and carers but also good for business," she said.

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October 1, 2018

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