Reports and statistics

  • The number of staff utilising FWA has been increasing remarkably over the past years. 
  • In 2017, 4,123 staff members used FWA.
  • “Telecommuting” is currently the most frequently used option.
 
Variation of FWA usage from 2012 to 2017
 

 

2017 FWA utilisation by department/office

 

 

 

2017 FWA utilisation by gender

  • 58% female staff (n= 2,371)
  • 42% male staff (n= 1,752)

 

2017 FWA utilisation by staff category

  • 49.79% staff members in the Professional category (n= 2,053)
  • 47.25% staff members in the General Service & Related categories (n= 1948)
  • 2.67% Directors (n= 110)
  • 0.29% staff members in the Field Service category (n= 12)

 

2017 FWA utilisation by staff category and gender

  • Professional level: 54.75% female (n=1,124) and 45.25% male (n=929)
  • General service and related categories: 61.34% female (n=1,195) and 38.66% male (n=753)
  • Director and above: 41.82% female (n=46) and 58.18% male (n=64)
  • Field Service: 50% female (n=6) and 50% male (n=6)

 

 

2017 FWA utilisation by modality of flexible working arrangement

  • Telecommuting: 54.55% (n= 2,249)
  • Staggered hours: 9.51% (n= 392)
  • Compressed schedule: 6.94% (n= 286)
  • Scheduled breaks for external learning: 0.07%(n= 3)
  • Other: 28.94% (n= 1,193)

 

2017 FWA utilisation by modality of flexible working arrangement  and gender

  • Telecommuting: 62.83% female (n=1.423) and 37.17% male (n=836)
  • Staggered hours: 50.52% female (n=198) and 49.48% male (n=194)
  • Compressed Schedule: 56.65% female (n=162) and 43.35% male (n=124)
  • External learning: 66.7% female (n=2) and 33.3% male (n=1)
  • Other: 49.96% female (n=596) and 50.04% male (n=597)

 

 

2017 FWA utilisation by modality of flexible working arrangements, gender and level 

 

 

2017 FWA utilisation by modality of flexible working arrangements and staff category