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Employees will ‘co-create’ how they work in the future
The Family Friendly Workplaces Podcast Series Episode 1023rd November 2021 • Parents At Work Podcast • Parents At Work
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For Gaye Morris, working flexibly is something she’s been doing for decades over a number of different organisations. 

“I have a 20 year old child and I’ve been working flexibly the whole time. I’ve just come to expect it.” 

Now the Chief People and Culture Office for Mercer Pacific, Morris says she speaks openly with her team about “being in charge of their own flexibility story and how they make it work” and she advocates for the “co creation approach” where employees help determine what their working life will be.

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