Financial Times: Lisa Quest On The Red Amber Green (RAG) Framework

The Financial Times reports that ‘the right to switch off’ has been proposed as a policy in the UK. Supporters of this law claim the pressure to remain in contact with employees intensified with homeworking in the pandemic.

Commenting on her own personal experience, Lisa Quest, Head of UK And Ireland, Co-Head of the Public Sector and Policy Practice Europe, said that Oliver Wyman set out a Red Amber Green (RAG) framework. Every Friday, consultants grade the intensity of the past working week.

She highlights that any [work-life balance] changes should be done in consultation with a diverse set of businesses to ensure none are disproportionately affected. “What might work for one might not work for another”.

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