Accommodating or flexible

It has since been updated in June 2014 to extend the right to request flexible working to all employees.Cost Savings due to reduced absenteeism Flexible working could help to reduce the rising employee absence trend.Employers need to consider how they want to be perceived by current and prospective employees, and also what kind of values they represent.Stakeholders and customers alike will also likely be influenced by both the working environment created by the employer and the employer’s approach to the community/society.are generally not interchangeable: the former means "able to be adapted" (or possibly "able to adapt"), and the latter "able to flex or bend".To describe an adaptable building as flexible could conjure up an alarming image!

Some would say that we are moving into a new world where different people will work different hours at different stages of their lives, utilising the fast moving technological advances we’re experiencing.

More progressive companies believe that by allowing workers time off to deal with personal issues and childcare, there is less likelihood of employees having to resort to calling in sick.

Improved Retention rates Those skilled employees who take on parental responsibilities may find it difficult to juggle full-time office based work with childcare issues and therefore offering flexibility helps to retain those may have otherwise left your organisation to seek more flexible work elsewhere.

Adaptable is to be inherently modifiable to be deployed across diverse situations of deployment. Once a weapon has been adapted for the first time, soldiers would need to make a long term adjustment to the way they transport it.

The weapons are quickly adapted to being used in either the Arctic, Iraq or Afghanistan.