Research shows that giving people the freedom to decide their working-time schedule can improve their performance and job satisfaction.
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Amy Bosley, Research Adviser
Amy joined CIPD’s Research team in 2023, specialising in changing people functions and HRM operating models research. Prior to joining CIPD, Amy worked as a researcher in an applied social research and evaluation unit based within a university, and has previously worked as an HR practitioner across the private, public and third sectors.
Amy has a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Plymouth, where she conducted research into the role of line managers in managing workplace diversity and the impacts of zero-hours contracts on employers and employees. She also holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration.
Pearson encourages collaboration and community, whilst giving employees the freedom and responsibility to determine where and when they work
Our research explores employer and employee perspectives of flexible and hybrid working practices and asks whether organisations are doing enough to meet employee demand
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Why focusing on years of experience could help reduce bias against returners
How applicants’ emotional restraint or exuberance can influence hiring decisions
How do performance-driven organisations impact on employee wellbeing?
A look at a German study that explores why some employees prefer to work onsite than from home