Proposed changes will enable workers to make flexible working the default. Millions of employees will receive day one right to request flexible working, empowering workers to have a greater say over when, where, and how they work. Businesses set to benefit from higher productivity and staff retention as a result.
Around 1.5 million low-paid workers will be given even more flexibility, with new law coming into force to remove exclusivity clause restrictions, allowing them to work for multiple employers if they wish.
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