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Case study: one of the "best places to work" reveals its health, wellbeing and flexibility strategies

Flexible working arrangements that genuinely support health and wellbeing are being offered to the employees of one of Australia's "best places to work" on the terms that most suit them, instead of under a blanket rule, according to the company's director.

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