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There has been a growing demand for more flexible working hours for Australian workers, not only those with new babies, but for the entire workforce.
Sixty-one percent of Aussie workers felt their employers should introduce flexible working hours in order to reduce the number of sickies that are taken.
The Central Personnel Administration, under the Executive Yuan, reported yesterday that to make an example for the private sector, the government is considering offering flexible working hours for public functionaries, allowing those with child-rearing need to flexibly adjust their office hours, under the principle of 40-hour fixed working time a week.
She also said plans to extend the right of parents to request flexible working hours until their oldest child was 16 would only exacerbate the problem.
In what is expected to be one of his toughest weeks yet, Brown is expected to show his support for the rights of millions more mothers to request flexible working hours as Labour attempts to pick itself up after its disastrous showing in the local elections.
Shopworkers union Usdaw has called on the government to extend the fight to request flexible working hours to parents of older children.
Mrs Hodgson said: "My husband's business is home based and this combined with flexible working hours means that he can look after the children and be there for them when I am away in London.
A MORE and more offices are adopting flexible working hours to fit in around busy lifestyles but unless you have been told otherwise, you have probably been contracted to work set hours and your boss can enforce them.