Collection

Work-life balance employer survey

Assesses the experiences of employers in managing requests from their employees for leave or alternative working patterns.

Through this survey series, the government assesses the experiences of employers in managing requests from their employees for leave or alternative working patterns. The survey provides a detailed, statistically representative picture of employers’ policies and practice on flexible working and leave arrangements.

The main purpose of collecting this information is to provide evidence for evaluation of government initiatives, particularly those covered by the Work and Families Act 2006. The survey also acts as a good basis for anticipated legislative changes in this area, such as the new system of shared parental leave.

Surveys

  1. Fourth work-life balance employer survey (2013)

    • Research and analysis
  2. Third work-life balance employer survey: main findings

    • Research and analysis
  3. Second work-life balance study: results from the employer survey

    • Research and analysis
Published 3 December 2007
Last updated 17 December 2014 + show all updates
  1. Fourth work-life balance employer survey published.
  2. First published.