How to make a success of flexible working
Intended for healthcare professionals
Analysis Previous     Next

How to make a success of flexible working

Yvonne Covel Health journalist

NHS employers have a responsibility to do their best to accommodate flexible working requests, but they can be tricky to arrange. Here are some practical tips for implementing it in in your teams

Flexible working is important for nurses – and is supported by NHS Employers. But while there appears to be a consensus on the desirability of working flexibly there are also challenges. So how can hard-pressed managers help to make it a reality?

Nursing Management. 31, 2, 6-7. doi: 10.7748/nm.31.2.6.s2

Want to read more?

Already have access? Log in


3-month trial offer for £5.25/month

Subscribe today and save 50% on your first three months
RCNi Plus users have full access to the following benefits:
  • Unlimited access to all 10 RCNi Journals
  • RCNi Learning featuring over 175 modules to easily earn CPD time
  • NMC-compliant RCNi Revalidation Portfolio to stay on track with your progress
  • Personalised newsletters tailored to your interests
  • A customisable dashboard with over 200 topics

Alternatively, you can purchase access to this article for the next seven days. Buy now

Are you a student? Our student subscription has content especially for you.
Find out more