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How 'everyday' flexibility can unlock engagement, productivity and growth

Flexible working can benefit both employees and companies - this is why. Davos 2023

Flexible working can benefit both employees and companies - this is why. Image: Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash

Morag Lynagh
Global Future of Work Director, Unilever
Patrick Hull
Vice-President, Global Learning and Future of Work, Unilever
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