At Oliver Wyman, working flexibly is regarded as ‘business as usual’ and is a benefit taken up by all genders, at all levels of their career, and across the organisation.
We believe that flexibility and refreshment are essential for a sustainable career in a demanding field, and that what our people contribute is more important than the amount of time they spend in the officeRebecca Emerson, Partner
We help our colleagues pursue their passions, provide time to learn something new, or change what’s possible at a non-profit organization anywhere in the world. Our flexible working options include: adjusting work schedules on a temporary or long-term basis; taking a month or two away from the firm, or a sabbatical up to six months; working with a non-profit for up to six months; taking an externship; rotating to a new position within the firm or parent company, MMC; and transferring to another office with our ‘Golden Passport’ programme.
With 11 million working parents in the UK making up more than a third of the workforce, it’s initiatives like these that will help them balance work and family life and progress in their careersSarah Jackson OBE, Chief Executive of Working Families
The winner will be announced in London on 20 June.
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