If you’ve got big plans for the New Year, now’s the perfect time to find your flexible professional to help your business grow.

Ten2Two can help you find fantastic talent near you and we’ll make the process as easy as possible, so act now for a happy new business year.

 

 

Why choose a flexible worker for 2016?

  • Flexible workers are talented, experienced professionals, equipped with the skills you need to turn your plans into reality.
  • Employ them on a flexible or part-time basis and you’ll find it surprisingly affordable compared with full-time salaries.
  • An experienced professional can do more, in less time, than many of their less experienced full-time counterparts – that’s what our clients tell us.
  • Start the recruitment process now to find your starter in time to kick off your plans in January.

A great business decision

Let us take care of the recruitment process on your behalf – from finding you the best talent out there, through to giving you help and advice every step of the way. And we’ll even throw in a few extras to ensure it’s the best decision you make for the new year.

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