Commenting ahead of the publication of the Imelda Walsh Review into flexible working David Frost, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said:“The review has made some sensible recommendations that, if accepted by government, will help to increase worker flexibility but be relatively light touch for employers.“The benefits of allowing valued employees to work flexibly is widely recognised by business.  Research conducted by the British Chambers of Commerce last year showed that over 90 per cent of businesses are already offering some form of flexibility to their staff.“However, the Government must recognise that flexibility comes easier to some organisations than others. Those businesses that do struggle should be encouraged and not condemned.  The review acknowledges that the government should work with employers organisations to encourage and support those who will be concerned by a further extension and we will be doing all that we can to assist.”