There’s been a lot of coverage about the rise in the number of part-time male employees recently. If you missed it, here’s a quick overview.

So how can men make the most of flexible working? And what can they do to ensure they balance family life with a strong level of commitment to their roles? Committed professionals can be involved fathers, according to this article on talentkeepers.co.uk.

Who’s the flexible Daddy?

The fathers we know who are working part-time or flexibly, do so to help take on their share of childcare responsibilities. And others do it to ensure they get time to pursue further interests such as writing a book or studying for an MA. But whatever your reasons, know that flexible working amongst dads is becoming more common.

If flexible working sounds like it could be up your street, don’t be shy, get in touch with us today. We’ll be happy to talk through your options and discuss flexible working in more detail with you. Contact your local Ten2Two branch today to find out more.

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