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British firms launch Agile Future Forum

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    A group of 22 of Britain's largest firms have announced a commitment to flexible working rights. They say that agility in staff hours and locations can cut workforce costs by as much as 13 percent. 

Agile Future Forum (AFF), a group whose aim is to revolutionize traditional working practices and boost the UK economy.
Firms endorsing the commitment include Addleshaw Goddard, B&Q, BP, Brunswick Group, BT, Bupa, Cisco, Citi, Ernst & Young, Eversheds, Ford Motor Company, HM Treasury, ITV, John Lewis, KPMG, Lloyds Banking Group, McKinsey and Company, Mitie, MTM Products Ltd., Norman Broadbent, Tesco and Willis.