Poll: Would you be prepared to share your job with another person?
Last week, Charlene Ford made West End history when she became the first performer to secure a job share on the musical 42nd Street. The news has prompted calls for more producers to introduce job shares, to make it easier for people with caring responsibilities. This week we’re asking: Would you be prepared to share your job with someone else?
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