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    Posted December 14, 2013 by
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    Part Time Working Is On the Peak


    Mostly Executives in modern business like to work as part time and want to spend more time with their families and other interests in life – the strange thing is, males are on top In this category – report


    A recent survey revealed that more and more men are opting to work part-time in the UK. According to the report, they have greater control over their time and give more time to spend with their families – men said.


    A survey published a list of 50 most senior executives in the UK, who adopt part time work. Everyone is surprised on this new trend, since for eternity females stipulate for short-time and flexibility of work however it’s no longer now, men are joining this domain in modern businesses.


    Workers Direct a leading staffing agency in London provides skilled and motivated professionals to all leading industries in the UK made a research on this new trend and discovered the exact facts of needing part time jobs.


    According to Workers Direct follow a line of investigation male’s part-timers model of working is not limited to a particular industry. This tendency is perceived in each and every kind of professions. A great part of part-timers declare that they have been promoted at least once in a year, at the same time as working flexibly. This model of working is not the career killer – they thought.


    Women too are not behind in this race, they as well are proving so as to retrieval control over your career and working hours, but sustaining success, is achievable.


    Although Workers Direct reports the majority of people – men and women – quoted a reason “more time for family” for requiring short time work, many of them had also other explanations like balancing work with illness or merely preferring to work for lesser hours, and superior on them, collectively they are initiating a mini revolution.


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