Two-fifths of Britons have turned to agency work, contracting or freelancing during their careers, suggesting a continued shift away from the traditional nine-to-five.
Our analysis examines the use of shift working and how organisations manage employees who work varying hours and days.
Despite a growing number of people using the railways, the use of season tickets is falling as commuters' flexible working arrangements mean they are no longer good value for money.
Peter Thomson, an expert on the changing world of work, helps you get your line managers on board with flexible working.
Job adverts with salaries over £60,000 are three times more likely to offer flexible working than they did three years ago, according to research.
As workforces become more dispersed and global, it's easy to assume employees can manage on their own and take charge of their working day. But, as Hannah Prince - business psychologist at Insights Learning and Development - explains, there are a number of unexpected areas where HR may need to step in.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to work organisation and working patterns.