By using this website, you agree to our use of cookies. We use cookies to provide you with a great experience and to help our website run effectively.
WorkYourWay Logo Close menu
WorkYourWay Logo
Financial Times

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

1 Friday Street, Bracken House, London, EC4M 9BT
Industry Publishing
Company size:   5,001-10,000 employees
Industry:   Publishing
Company Details
1 Friday Street
Bracken House

The Financial Times encourages flexibility in the workplace with a range of options such as job sharing and compressed weeks. Most recently they've rolled out specific paid leave to support colleagues experiencing menopause symptoms, menstrual or reproductive health issues, miscarriage and pregnancy loss.

What we love about the The Financial Times:

💡FT supports employees to fit a working pattern that fits around their schedule. 

💡FT do not take a one-size-fits-all approach and therefore have a variety of flexible working options that reflect this.

What's worth checking about The Financial Times: 

💡Flexibility options may differ by seniority. 

Flexible Working Approach

We support flexibility in the way you work, including working from home, job sharing, compressed weeks, and flexible working hours. We also offer enhanced parental leave, flexible leave allowance and paid volunteer leave.

We offer physical, mental, financial and professional wellbeing support for all staff, including gym memberships and healthcare schemes, professional counselling sessions, a 24-hour employee wellbeing helpline, financial wellbeing products and services and weekly meditation classes. We have also recently rolled out specific paid leave to support colleagues experiencing menopause symptoms, menstrual or reproductive health issues, miscarriage and pregnancy loss.

Part-time: An employee who works fewer hours than a full-time worker. There is no specific number of hours that makes someone part-time, but a full-time worker will usually work 35-40 hours a week.
Flexi-Time: This is a working schedule that allows employees to choose when they start and end their workday, usually to accomodate an individuals needs and other commitments outside of work.
Compressed Hours: This is where an employee increases the volume of hours worked each day in order to reduce the number of days worked.
Full-time: A full-time employee works between 35 and 40 hours per week, usually on a permanent contract.
Job Share: An arrangement where two people, or sometimes more, are retained on a part-time or reduced-time basis to perform a job normally fulfilled by one person working full-time.
Phased Retirement: This refers to an approach that gives employees the ability to manage the transition from full-time employment to retirement.
Hybrid Working (Office / Home): This means an employee splits their time between the workplace (usually office based) and remote working (usually at home).
Remote or Mobile Working: This is a type of working arrangement that allows an employee to work from a remote location outside of corporate offices.
Work From Home (WFH): This is where an employee has the ability to set up their workspace at home, and manage their work without the need to go to the office.
Office Working: This refers to an employee being physically present in the workplace to fulfil their contractual responsibilities.
Shared Parental Leave: This allows parents to share a portion of leave and pay with their partners to care for children from birth, usually until their first birthday.

*Please note that not all flexible working options may not be available for every role.

All rights reserved. © 2021 WorkYourWay