Yearly Archives: 2017

According to a recent report by the Women and Equalities Committee, the UK has seen a rise in the number of pregnant people being discriminated against at work. Apparently, government is planning to tackle this but as yet we haven’t exactly been told how. “When I was pregnant, each and every employee was asked to […]

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Great article by Recruitment Grapevine on a subject very close to our hearts! The ever-present threat of skills shortages means that employers need to look for professional candidates outside of the “normal” 9-5 criteria and adopt an increasingly diverse and flexible outlook. More specifically, that means including talented professionals such as women looking for a […]

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We’re delighted to have launched in Gloucestershire and Bristol! We celebrated on Tuesday evening with a group of enthusiastic, like-minded professionals interested in the opportunity to work part-time or flexibly. Balloons, cupcakes and prosecco was the order of the night along some inspiring talks and a room full of local professionals. After some informal networking, […]

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Gloucester was buzzing last night with the official launch of Ten2Two Gloucestershire and Bristol. Balloons, cupcakes and prosecco was the order of the night along some inspiring talks and a room full of local professionals. After some informal networking, John O’Sullivan, founder and Chair of Ten2Two opened the event and told the story of how […]

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2017, nearly 3 years since we launched Ten2Two in Sussex. So much achieved and so much to do … the highlights of 2016, best Small Business in the Brighton and Hove JP Press Awards, successful placements of many candidates, doubling our revenue year on year, nearly 2000 registered members, editorial coverage in Platinum Business magazine, […]

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Should I hire overqualified staff or under qualified?! When you’re faced with lots of job applications, do you shy away from the overqualified? Or do you embrace their experience and motivated attitude? Many recruiters are often quick to reject the overqualified, but we explain why that’s not necessarily the best course of action, particularly if […]

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