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On the tenth anniversary of their launch, white collar flexible working recruitment consultancy Ten2Two asked 250 UK employers and over 1,000 employees – the majority of whom were female professionals at the peak of their career and salary earning potential – how they felt attitudes towards flexible working had changed in the last decade. Read […]

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When you’re planning to recruit a new flexible member of staff, where should you begin? We share our top tips for flexible job design… Develop an accurate job description – this will help you identify what elements of the job might affect the number of days, hours and format of the flexible pattern. Define the […]

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Get set for September, a traditionally busy time for recruitment once the summer holiday period comes to an end. Here are our top tips for job seekers… Make sure your CV is as good as it can be. You might also think about tailoring it for each role you apply for. Update your LinkedIn profile, making […]

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Whether you’re minding young children or taxiing teenagers around, if you’re seeking to get back into the work place, now’s the time to think about it. Or perhaps you’re sitting at a desk in the city wondering how you can cut your hours to spend more time with family? Ten2Two, the professional part-time and flexible […]

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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 […]

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Our Flexible Working Survey 2017 revealed that flexible working has come a long way in the last ten years. But more still needs to be done to bring it into mainstream consciousness. Just 20% of employees feel the recent legislation to make it a legal right to request flexible working has improved the adoption of […]

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We asked 250 businesses in London and the southeast to give us their views about flexible working. The good news is, perceptions about flexible working are more positive now compared with ten years ago. Employer attitudes to flexible working: By offering flexibility, employers felt they could access a broader talent pool of candidates. Employers agreed […]

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