New research suggests that ‘Gen Y’ (those aged between 25 and 34 years-old) have the most negative attitude towards flexible working.
31% of UK Gen Y workers surveyed view those who work from home at least twice a week as less committed than people who work in the office every day. The average purchase tramadol overnight across all age groups was 21%.
Similarly, part-time working was seen as a sign of a lack of commitment by 27% of Gen Y respondents, versus 19% across the sample.
Those aged between 35 and 44 years-old were most supportive of flexible working patterns.
Read more at HR Magazine.