Flexible future?

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  • Flexible working

    I'm not against people working flexibly, but if you’re asking to work flexible hours then you have to be flexible in return. If it's necessary to take work home with you, then you need to understand that it's a requirement of the job. You can't expect special treatement.

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  • Flexible working

    I'm an associate at City firm and work four days a week. It's great that my firm allows this, but sometimes there's a real danger of taking too much work home to overcompensate. It actually becomes harder in one sense to get away from work. Sometimes you get the balance right and sometimes you get it terribly wrong.

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    I work flexibly and divide my four days a week between home and the office. When you mainly work from home you have to make sure you spend some time in the office each week.
    If I have a meeting in the office I still make sure I go in at least one other day. It’s important for team dynamics.

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