We're campaigning for:
Greater access to flexible working would help reduce the gender pay gap, address barriers that disabled workers, older workers, carers and those who experience domestic abuse face at work and it helps all of us have a better time at work and spend more time with our loved ones.
But despite this, the current law on flexible working means so many people aren't able to access it. One in three flexible working requests are turned down. You can only make one request per year, employers are able to easily turn down requests and there's no right to appeal if you employer says no.
Flexible working is any change to when, where and how long you work. It can include compressed hours, flexi-time, remote working, job-shares and mutually agreed predictable hours.
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