16 employees reported this benefit
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Outstanding commitment to flexible working
it was part time and it was a job as research assitant so it dependent on my proffesor
Very much dependent on your line manager but usually able to work from home and start late or leave early plus understanding of personal needs
Convenience is the best thing, but lack of availability of work is the worst.
Every time there are work opportunities the management will send around emails to us and we can choose to sign up or ignore. You can work as much as possible with the available opportunities or can work as little as possible if you wish
reasonable but could be better
Flexible work arrangements possible (in terms of time start/finish), also allow work from home but needs to be negotiated with manager.
Difficult to know what the exact policy is on this due to the 'silo' nature of different departments within the university. Some people work condensed hours (4 days into 5), but at other times there seems to have been push back on claiming TOIL (with managers trying to put the emphasis on employees not working overtime, though this is often impossible).
It's great. I work from home whenever I choose to. Sometimes short deadlines however.