Whole school approach to flexible working
22 Sep 2021
Timewise (supported by the LGA) and funded by the DfE are offering webinars on 5 and 6 October to support you in learning more about a proactive, whole-school approach to flexible working.
- Are you seeing more flexible working requests?
- Wondering how to retain talent?
- Do you want to enhance your ability to advise on adapting to new ways of working and promote staff wellbeing through flexible working practices?
Join Timewise and Talent Architects, the flexible working experts, and their panellists in a series of webinars, Q&As and drop-in clinics to learn more about a proactive, whole-school approach, starting in October:
Commencing a new academic year, school leaders might welcome a ‘return to normal’, but pre-covid issues around staff recruitment and retention still exist, and there is now a keener focus on wellbeing than before. Creating scope for flexible and part-time working is possible in all roles in a school and can help promote a better work-life balance in the education sector.
Date: Monday 5 October
Register for the 90-minute webinar for headteachers
School business professionals/HR webinar
The road to a flexible and agile workforce can be a challenging one, especially in schools. While other employers talk of remote and hybrid working post pandemic, schools still lag other sectors when it comes to part time (let alone other forms of flexible working). But creating more scope for flexibility is possible in all roles in a school, giving people a better work-life balance and addressing the recruitment and retention issues in the sector.
Date: Wednesday 6 October
Register for the 90-minute webinar for school business professionals/HR