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Home working and dog training: how Rebekah makes it work

Home working and dog training: how Rebekah makes it work

Rebekah has been volunteering with SARDA (Search & Rescue Dog Association) for around two years. Keen to get more involved, she and her husband got Blake – a Labrador-German Shepherd cross.

Allowing Zishan the flexibility to be there for his family

Allowing Zishan the flexibility to be there for his family

Zishan knows that being a single dad requires a level of flexibility, and he’s thankful his team has given that to him.

How Lee makes it work: extra holidays through flex

How Lee makes it work: extra holidays through flex

One of the flexible working solutions available to EY employees is to have a reduced- hours contract, work full-time and store up extra holiday. As Lee explains, it’s not just for parents.

Returning from maternity leave with a flexible working arrangement

Returning from maternity leave with a flexible working arrangement

Kiran’s main fear when returning to work after maternity leave was having to travel for client projects and going days without seeing her son.

Balancing Gulenn's parental responsibilities with flexibility

How Gulenn uses flexibility to balance parental responsibilities

Gulenn has a 13-year-old daughter and, while nursery runs are a thing of the past, there always seems to be an event to attend.

Managing Parkinson's with a part-time arrangement

Managing Parkinson's with a part-time arrangement

Jodie has early-onset Parkinson’s disease and works from home one day a week. He’s also had a temporary reduced hours arrangement.

Flexible working: how Jessica makes it work

How Jessica uses her annualised contract to travel the world

Jessica has trekked the Sumatran jungle, backpacked through Asia and climbed Kilimanjaro, all while steadily developing her career.

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How to find a gender bilingual employer

Looking for a great employer for your next career phase? The one that lets you meet both your professional ambitions and your personal priorities? Most companies are vying to be great places to work, but how do you cut through the politically correct (or awesomely hip) speak to spy the soul of the organization you will devote your next few years to?

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Top tips on working flexibly

Louise Ball, Tax Recruitment Manager, works flexibly in her own role and provides her advice on how you can make it work.

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EY's Flexible Working Culture