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The opportunity to participate in a flexible working arrangement was one of the primary reasons that I joined Shell.
4 million workers in the UK have some sort of flexible working arrangement.
Armed with this information, the manager isn't put in the position of determining the importance of an employee's reasons for asking for a flexible working arrangement, which almost inevitably leads to inequities, or of figuring out how the arrangement will work.
As a result of the Act, employees who are responsible for the care of another person and have been working for their employer for six months or more are able to request a flexible working arrangement.
5million parents are estimated to have acquired the right to request a flexible working arrangement as a result of this change.
The Labour Fund and the UNIDO Investment and Technology Promotion Office (ITPO) in Bahrain have signed a working arrangement that will see both development agencies pooling resources and strengthening the facilities available to the kingdom's private sector.
MANAMA: The Labour Fund and the UNIDO Investment and Technology Promotion Office (ITPO) in Bahrain have signed a working arrangement that will see both development agencies pooling resources and strengthening the facilities available to the kingdom's private sector.
Lippert latched onto that point, recalling how an off-the-cuff, complex working arrangement with FEMA, devised within days of Katrina's catastrophic landfall, still managed to deliver $409 million worth of supplies to the devastated Gulf Coast.
Given that bank financing and mezzanine are both debt instruments, the two groups must have a legal agreement that specifies the working arrangement.
While details were not disclosed, in a meeting Tuesday in Congressman Elton Gallegly's Oxnard office, INS and city officials came to an alternative working arrangement in response to the agency's recent announcement that a 17-year-old policy appears to prohibit it from conducting residential raids.
If enough people use the new Saturday morning housing "surgeries" between 10am and noon, the council says it will become a permanent working arrangement.