Friday, June 15, 2007

David Cameron gives homeworking the thumbs up

The Tory leader has given his wholehearted backing to homeworking, flexible working (and by implication, shedworking) in a speech to the Equal Opportunities Commission. He said that Conservatives would:
* work with businesses, large and small, to make sure that the existing flexible working regulations are as simple and easy to implement as possible
* extend the legislation on the right to request to all parents, currently only available to parents with children under six or disabled children under eighteen
You can read the whole speech here.

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