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#WorkThatWorks promotes flexible work for Britons

In 2014, the British government passed a law enabling anyone to request a flexible work arrangement. #WorkThatWorks is a campaign aiming to normalise the concept to the 51% of UK workers who are worried the request would be viewed negatively by employers.

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