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On paper we have it but there seems to be leaders who would like to get rid of it. The trust is slipping away.
Very flexible employer in regards to working from home, certainly evident in the Blizzard Institute where I am currently working.
Can work when you want to
given different hours when requested
Neutral; good location; supports LGBT; Mindfullness program
It is comfortable when you study to have a flexible schedule
It allows you to come into work a little later if needed and leave a litte earlier/later
Manager sat down with me on the first day and told me he's not checking the time nor going to tell me off if I'm 5 minutes late. I was then offered the option to start at 9am or 11am. Another guy in our office used to start his shift in the afternoon and finish late because those were his preferred working hours.
It's an academic job, so I'd expect flexibility to be part and parcel, but it does vary byline manager and I've heard of people making senior lecturers be at their desk 9-5 as a power play.
Come any time you like, leave any time you want. No one cares as long as you finish your thesis in 3 years and publish a few papers.