Podcast 192 — Banishing the stigma of part-time working

Evidence has shown that part-time workers can outperform full-time workers. So why is it that they often feel stigmatized or second-tier within their organization? And what can leaders and managers do to challenge this?

Written by Nicola Boyle
Published 28 April 2020
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Podcast 192 — Banishing the stigma of part-time working

This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and Lucy Bishop are joined by Nikki Slowey and Lisa Gallagher from Flexibility Works.

In the episode we discuss:

  • How to challenge the stigma of part-time work
  • How to effectively manage part-time staff
  • How to go part-time and job-share in senior roles

 

Show notes

To find out more about Flexibility Works, visit their website - https://www.flexibilityworks.org/

The Acas code of practice on flexible working requests can be found here: https://www.acas.org.uk/acas-code-of-practice-on-flexible-working-requests

To make your own kitchen quarantine beans-based cake, follow this recipe here: http://annajones.co.uk/recipe/amazing-lemon-cannellini-cake

For more from Emerald Works, see: emeraldworks.com 

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About the author

Nicola Boyle

Nicola Boyle

Marketing Communications Executive
Nicola has over six years of marketing experience. Her responsibilities include managing social media, podcast and webinar channels, as well content management and event planning. Nicola enjoys identifying and anticipating client needs and delivering the best possible experience to build successful long-standing client relationships.

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