Perhaps most importantly, however, these businesses are highlighting the huge change under way in the UK workforce, a transformation that is seeing more women in work and more people turning to self-employment and flexible working as they shun the traditional nine-to-five
In those days a director could have risen in the ranks of nine-to-five
office jobs and had not an inkling of what the hands-on, on-call 24/7 job was actually about.
It would involve doing an equivalent nine-to-five
job search, with someone looking over your shoulder to make sure you were not just on Facebook.
It is important to get the balance right or there really is no point in escaping that nine-to-five
job in the first place.
Secretaries were most likely to work a nine-to-five
day, though many believe "office hours" are a thing of the past.
ONE in three people now work outside traditional nine-to-five
hours following a "huge shift" in working and social lives, new research shows.
I have been self-employed for nearly nine months now and already the memory of my previous nine-to-five
job seems like bliss.
A "work revolution" must see the nine-to-five
job ditched in favour of more flexi-time, job-sharing and working from home, the Tories said yesterday.
MORE than half of women workers are turning their backs on the traditional nine-to-five
world of work and are aiming to set up their own business or retrain for a different career, according to a report.
I find it quite scary that a year from now I'll be seriously considering job possibilities and making the nine-to-five
existence an everyday reality.
If I do that I might as well snap my cue over my knee and go and find a nine-to-five
Woodforest says it does 15 percent of its business outside normal nine-to-five
With such loyalty to the nine-to-five
, grind, we might hypotesize that Arenas-former guitarist for Krishna-hardcore giants Shelter, Anti-Matter zine editor extraordinaire, and co-founder of post hardcore icons Texas is the Reason-lacks confidence in his new project.
An entrenched nine-to-five
culture is the greatest obstacle to successful e-business in the UK, Attenda says.