Should HRDs follow in the footsteps of George Osborne & work part-time?

Should HRDs follow in the footsteps of George Osborne & work part-time?

770,000 high-earners currently hold down a part-time position, according to research by Timewise.

Workers earning more than £40,000 annually in a part-time role increased 5.7% this year, with two out of five managers (of the 200 asked) admitting they would consider taking on applicants for a senior role as part of a job-share.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Tue, 31 Jan 2017 5:44pm GMT
    At a salary level of c£40k you can afford to work part time !
    Try that on NLW of £7.50 per hour (a 102 hour week to earn £40k pa before you do the maths yourself)
    All this talk of the benefits of part time working and it being the way forward is coming from the affluent minority, in jobs with wildly bloated salaries.
    I would eat cake too, if I could afford it. (with apologies to Marie Antoinette, or Rousseau, or whoever it's attributed to these days)