Top tips for helping your employees achieve a work-life balance

For over a year now employees have had the right to request flexible working for any reason whatsoever. Whilst employers can ultimately reject such requests on business grounds, many are starting to embrace new ways of working in the knowledge that this can lead to a happier and more productive workforce.

Read our top ten tips for helping your employees achieve a better work-life balance on our website dedicated to employment law » 


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Employment law moves at a fast pace. Keeping up to date with changes and developments is a challenge for every HR professional, helps you keep ahead of the game, plan for change and provides tools for solving those workplace dilemmas.


Helga Breen

Partner - Head of Employment (London)

I am a Partner and head of the Employment team in London.