In 1995, the healthcare company Eli Lilly conducted an employee satisfaction survey and polled 30,000 employees worldwide and found only 30 per cent felt able to balance work and personal commitments. Its Worklife programme was launched in 1996, offering part-time and reduced hours, job-sharing, term-time working, home-working, phased return to work after maternity leave, voluntary reduced working hours, staggered hours and career breaks. After the first year of the Worklife programme, the numbe...

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9.6.4 Manage & administer employee benefits

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