Life stages

We recognize that many of us have responsibilities that require flexibility in our working patterns at different stages of our lives. We are proactive in supporting our people with flexible and agile working to enable them to balance in managing all their commitments.

Supporting our people

In some of our offices, in Australia and the United States for example, we have created Flex-ability employee resource groups to support anyone considering a change to their working arrangements. We also provide parental leave coaching programs in Australia, Canada and the UK.

We run a Family Matters employee support group in some of our offices, including London and Amsterdam, to provide support to those caring for families. We invite specialists to talk about relevant subjects and we also offer one-to-one sessions on parenting and on parental leave. 

Agile Working

We are transforming the technology and services that we use to create a more agile and flexible workforce, able to work seamlessly in multiple locations, including those outside our offices, using secure, modern technology. Below some of our people describe how this helps them achieve balance in their lives at work and at home.

Tim Mornane Belinda Harvey Dylan McKimmie Michael Dunn  Flexible working


Our global Perspectives blog is an interactive way for everyone to join in the diversity and inclusion dialogue. It provides insights, opinions and experiences and encourages discussion, debate and a sense of community. 

Since launching Perspectives, we have published more than 100 blog posts from people sharing their experiences across a range of topics. See below for a selection of them.

Perspectives: Care in Perspective
Daniel Franks, London

Perspectives: The Importance of family
Shiv Dadar, London

Perspectives: Being a donor
Tom Acland, Melbourne

Perspectives: Does one person’s flexibility create another’s burden
Jane Park-Weir, London

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