DRAFT CODE OF PRACTICE ON HANDLING IN A REASONABLE MANNER REQUESTS TO WORK FLEXIBLY Explanatory Note Throughout this Code the word should is used to indicate what Acas considers to be good employment - PDF document

DRAFT CODE OF PRACTICE ON HANDLING IN A REASONABLE MANNER REQUESTS TO WORK FLEXIBLY Explanatory Note Throughout this Code the word should is used to indicate what Acas considers to be good employment
DRAFT CODE OF PRACTICE ON HANDLING IN A REASONABLE MANNER REQUESTS TO WORK FLEXIBLY Explanatory Note Throughout this Code the word should is used to indicate what Acas considers to be good employment

DRAFT CODE OF PRACTICE ON HANDLING IN A REASONABLE MANNER REQUESTS TO WORK FLEXIBLY Explanatory Note Throughout this Code the word should is used to indicate what Acas considers to be good employment - Description


The word must is used to indicate where something is a legal requirement Further information for employees and employers with practical examples on making and managing requests for exible working can be found in the Acas good practice guidance on ha ID: 5752 Download Pdf

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