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The Working Arrangement was signed today by the Executive Director of EASO, Nina Gregori, and the Director General of the IOM, Antnio Vitorino, in Paris.
Two of these, the First Time Job Seekers Assistance Act and the Extended Maternity Leave Act, have been signed into law; another one, the Alternative Working Arrangement bill, has just passed third and final reading in the Senate.
1571, the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement law.
Graziela Martins, vice-president for merchant business for Mena, American Express, said a flexible working arrangement could be working from home or office and flexible working hours.
In short, the Regulation offers certain categories of employees (see below) the right and opportunity to choose, with their employers consent, a flexible working arrangement tailored to their personal and familial circumstances, needs and/or requirements - ultimately fostering a very tangible and concrete work-life balance and, in turn, employee satisfaction and engagement.
The opportunity to participate in a flexible working arrangement was one of the primary reasons that I joined Shell.
"Already 5.4 million workers in the UK have some sort of flexible working arrangement. Corporates, as well as government and public sector bodies, are increasingly coming round to the benefits of flexible working, having acknowledged the effectiveness and efficiency gains it offers - we are urging small businesses to look at this too."
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.
An additional 4.5million parents are estimated to have acquired the right to request a flexible working arrangement as a result of this change.
Instead, they are looking to the "s" word--"secondment" (a detachment from their full-time position into a fluid, flexible, and nontraditional working arrangement), notes Joan Carter, cofounder of the Life Options Institute, New York.
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.