Flexible working is right at the top of almost every employee’s wish list. Many businesses are moving away from presenteeism and typical 9-5 roles that previously defined the working norm. People recognise that flexible working can bring numerous benefits to employees, not least a happier workforce. But those are not the only benefits for businesses. Here are just 10 of the many reasons why flexible working is great for business.

 

At Ten2Two we specialise in part-time, flexible professional roles, and we have a wealth of high quality candidates to draw on for all of your business needs. Why not get in touch with us for even more reasons why flexible working is great for business.

If you’d like to find a flexible recruit, go to the Contact Us page now. Or if you’d like advice about offering flexible hours, we can help with that too. We look forward to hearing from you.

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