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Striking a 'Work-Life Balance' in the Pharmaceutical Industry

'Work-life balance' - 10 years ago this phrase was virtually unheard of and the idea of staggered hours, flexible locations and job sharing would have baffled most managers. However, times have changed. Over the last decade there has been a major shift in the workplace; old methods of working no longer suit everyone, and work-life balance practices are becoming more and more relevant. The modern workforce is increasingly sophisticated and employees know their value as well as their rights and responsibilities at work. The wide range of family, work and life commitments that many people shoulder mean that attitudes to work have changed. As a result, employers can no longer assume that all their staff will consistently work traditional and inflexible work patterns.


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By Alan Johnson, Minister of State for Employer Relations at the Department of Trade and Industry

Alan Johnson is Minister of State at the Department of Trade and Industry with responsibility for Employment Relations. He was elected MP for Kingston-upon-Hull West and Hessle in 1997 and was also a member of the Trade and Industry Select Committee in 1997.
Alan was previously Parliamentary Private Secretary to Dawn Primarolo MP, the Paymaster General, and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Competitiveness at the DTI. He was a member of the General Council TUC between 1994 and 1995, and a member of the Labour Party NEC from 1995 to 1997.

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