Ten2Two exclusively supports experienced professionals in finding flexible part-time jobs or flexible full-time work that meets their work, career and family needs. We understand your situation and your need to balance family and work or simply work more flexibly.
“I need to balance work and family”
Many people registering with Ten2Two are mums, dads or carers seeking a solution that balances their need or desire to work with the conflicting demands of family life. Perhaps this is you…
Returning to Work After a Career Break
“My children are finally all at school and my attention has switched to re-entering the workplace and re-establishing my career. I want the best of both worlds –rewarding work and a happy family”
Leaving Full-Time Employment in Search of Flexibility
“I do a demanding job that I enjoyed but with a long commute I constantly feel I’m missing out on my children’s development and feel I’m not doing either very well.”
Reassessing life on Maternity Leave
“I’m due to return to work after my maternity leave but two children and an unresponsive employer that won’t allow me to work flexibly, means that the idea of a local flexible role sounds like the solution I’m looking for.”
“I Want to Work Flexibly”
For many professionals, family isn’t always their main concern when it comes to their flexible needs. It’s just part of what they do to have greater work life balance:
“I love the flexibility that contracting offers me. I get my teeth into a challenging project, do a great job and then have some time off to sort out my life before starting again.”
“I’m part of the creative community of designers, copywriters and journalists who live task by task, day to day. We can choose to fill our diaries or just keep our hand in with occasional assignments”.
“After years of hard-won experience, I love spending time sharing my knowledge with businesses and executives. Sometimes they just need ‘a shove’ in the right direction, a sympathetic ear or a reality check.”
Learn more about flexible working options for professionals here.