The Trust aims to maintain a workforce that is highly skilled, competent and flexible and one that puts the patient at the centre of maintaining and delivering high quality cost effective health services. As part of achieving this aim, the Trust recognises the importance of providing flexible working arrangements to primarily provide more scope and flexibility in the workforce to meet the changing demands of current services and service developments in the future, and enable employees to alter the balance between work and life away from work.

  Work Life Balance - Giving employees a hand

Examples of Flexible Working

(of which more detail can be found in the Flexible Arrangements Policy are:

    Reduced Hours

    Job Share

    Term-time working

    'V' (Variable) working

    Flexible Hours working

    Team-based Self-rostering

    Career Breaks

    Flexible Retirement

    Annualised Hours




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