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We acknowledge that flexibility to balance both work and home life are seen as a vital aid to the recruitment and retention of skilled and competent employees, as well as promoting job satisfaction and staff commitment.
Work-life balance empowers employees to fulfill their career aspirations at the University as well as meet their responsibilities outside of work.
This section provides information on a range of policies that we offer for you to be able to achieve a work-life balance.
Flexible working patterns are one of the best incentives and make achieving a sensible worklife balance possible.
Staff member, Staff Engagement Survey 2012
This section outlines the Flexible Working Policy and information on how to apply.
This section details the entitlement for staff for reasonable time off for domestic incidents.
This section gives information on how to apply for Long-term Carers Leave.
This section contains the process for requesting a career break.
This section outlines the arrangements whereby two people divide the duties and responsibilities of one full-time post between them.
This section details the entitlement to time off for public duties, trade union representatives, jury service, candidacy for Local Authority Council/MP and Service in volunteer service forces.
King's Meadow CampusLenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR
telephone: +44 (0) 115 95 15206
fax: +44 (0) 115 95 15205