Ashley Winnett is conscious that whilst flexibility works for him and allows him to be actively involved with his children, there are many people who want to work flexibly, albeit for different reasons.
Jessica May, founder and CEO of Enabled Employment, believes that flexible work presents an opportunity for people to access paid work and break the cycle of poverty which having a disability can cause.
Ben Woltmann is a UN board member for Australia and believes working flexibly is paramount. "I'm proud to promote this great initiative that works toward achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals."
Hayley Windsor left the corporate 9-5 behind in October last year, and is now driven by a benevolent curiosity and an enthusiasm for uncovering her greatest potential and helping others to do the same.
Tom Faulkner is passionate about flexibility because it has enabled him to pursue his professional aspirations in property whilst preparing to compete at the highest levels of his sport; beach volleyball.
Frances Crimmins passionately believes that women should not be forced to choose between a having a successful career and a satisfying home life, or made to feel less valued as a result of their choices.