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Published on Wednesday, July 14, 2021

TUI UK offering permanent flexible working

Even with England's lockdown restrictions about to be lifted next week, TUI UK is continuing flexible working following 16 months of home working due to the pandemic.

It will become a permanent feature of the company's working culture.

During the pandemic, almost all office-based roles became work from home positions. 

TUI conducted employee research and found many have adjusted their working practices and have discovered benefits, including a better work-life balance.

They stated that they would like to continue working remotely.

As part of the new ways of working, TUI employees will only be required to attend the office once a month to attend face to face team meetings or collaboration events, enabling individuals to make their own choice about how often they would like to work.

Whilst TUI's offices will remain open individuals will be able to decide what working environment works for them best.

It says this shift to permanent flexible working will offer greater flexibility and attract future employees from a wider employment market.

In recognition of this, TUI has created a new position of Workspace Director.

Belinda Vazquez, Workspace Director of TUI UK said: "We have listened to our employees in order to define a clear framework that ensures ultimate flexibility, whilst creating positive experiences". 

The new choice-based flexible ways of working will come into effect when the UK government removes office restrictions and facilities will be re-introduced in line with local office plans.

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