We’re delighted to announce a NEW offering in partnership with The Talented Ladies’ Club, the website for working mums seeking a way to balance their career with their family.

Time for a career reboot?

Back to Work You Love is a fabulous online Career Progression course, delivered by The Talented Ladies’ Club. It’s aimed at working mums looking to develop a flexible career and is delivered over four weeks but can be taken at an individual’s own speed.

It covers everything from what REALLY makes you tick to what you’re naturally good at, through to the nitty-gritty of actually finding family-friendly work through LinkedIn, writing your CV and acing job interviews. It’s also packed with exercises, videos, unique access to a dedicated Facebook Group and professional coaching and support.

Find a job you’ll love today

We’re delighted to offer Ten2Two Members a massive saving of £77, making the course fantastic value at just £120. Simply enter the code ten2two77 when you register.

Sign up now to start your journey back to the work you love.

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“Having children is career suicide”. Discuss.

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It’s a sad state of affairs that in the twenty-first century, we’re seeing quotes like this. But we’re not surprised. Flexible roles still seem to be the golden goose for many professional working parents. Our Flexible Working Survey 2017 found that attitudes to flexible working have improved in the last ten years since our part-time […]