Flexible working is about allowing different working patterns, from job sharing to flexitime, that offer better work-life balance, developing happier and more productive employees.
Flexible working shouldn't be viewed as something just for women or working mothers, but can, and ought to be, a serious consideration for men. It's a policy projected to grow, so might be something to seriously consider getting on board with.
In the legal market, a number of firms have already implemented such policies, some of which are outlined in the article below.
With the reality that ’53% of millennial fathers seek a less stressful job and 48% would take a pay cut in order to get a better work-life balance’ now is the time to seriously consider encouraging male employees to work flexibly.