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Unilever are piloting a new initiative called U-Work in which employees are treated like empowered, free agents, released from fixed employment roles and job titles. The program allows employees to have the autonomy and freedom to choose the projects they work on, helping them strike that elusive balance between their professional and personal lives.
With U-Work, employees enjoy some of the security, pay, and benefits of permanent roles, along with some of the freedom and flexibility associated with contract jobs.
What we love about Unilever:
💡 Unilever offer hybrid working arrangements to promote an inclusive and flexible work environment.
💡 Allows those who want to reduce their working hours as they get older or who want to travel and study, without sacrificing their jobs.
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