At Ten2Two we like to help our members and get to know them better. Often they have questions about returning to work after a career break or how to write a CV or what questions they might be asked at an interview. Sometimes they’re worried about feeling left behind since they last stepped foot in an office or how they can juggle family commitments whilst maintaining a professional image.
Don’t forget to register with your local Ten2Two office to find out more about our FREE member benefits and workshops. We’ve covered a range of flexible working topics and back to work issues, so look out for our future workshops on CV writing, presentation, confidence boosting, interview techniques and more.
We’ve compiled a series of ‘Ten2Two Tips’ that we hope you will find helpful and help you get ready to get back into the workplace with our practical and useful advice.
CV and Cover Letter Writing Tips
More CV and cover letter writing tips and practical information
Job Interview Tips
Watch Deborah O’Sullivan, Co-Founder Ten2Two, talk with Katy Fridman, Founder of Flexible Working People Like Me, about how to nail a job interview and best answer some of the common interview questions like “Tell me about yourself” or “What are your weaknesses?”.
More Job interviewing tips and practical information
Advice on returning to the workplace after a maternity leave or career break, making flexibility work in the workplace, flexible working hour examples…
Ten2Two Frequently Asked Questions
We work as a flexible recruitment agency, helping our members on all different types of roles
from Senior Administrator positions to Finance Managers, Marketing Managers, Non-Exec Directors and everything in between. Unfortunately we can’t help with health workers, drivers or catering staff.
Absolutely not. There are many different flexible working patterns
. We work with our clients and members to explore what might suit them the best. We find that part-days or part-weeks are the most popular flexible working formats as well as working from home or job shares.
In general, term time only roles tend to only be available in the education sector. So occasionally roles might come up, but most commercial businesses require support all year round. If you’re worried about covering the school holidays, we find that this is generally possible with a combination of holiday allowance, your own family holiday and some organised childcare.
We only send your details to clients with your express permission. We’ll contact you about possible flexible or part-time roles and make sure that you are interested before discussing your skills with our clients.
There is more information here
about how we work.
If you are returning to work, it can sometimes be challenging to know what to do. We often talk to professionals who have held senior positions in the past, but who are seeking something with more balance. Give us a call if this sounds like you – we have lots of ideas to help you find the ideal flexible working formats and more.
Yes, one of our most popular development workshops is creating the best CV you can. Your CV
is very personal and is your ‘shop window’. We won’t write it for you but we can give you some pointers to make you stand out from the crowd.
Of course. We’re happy to work with any professionals seeking more flexibility in their working lives. We are a flexible and part-time recruitment agency, so we have a number of male members together with carers of elderly parents and horse and dog lovers too.
Our work seeking services is free, together with our member development workshops. Occasionally, a small charge might be made for an exceptional flexible working development event.