To celebrate ten years of Ten2Two, we conducted a Flexible Working Survey to find out how attitudes and flexible working benefits have changed since our launch. We asked 1,150 employees currently registered with our part-time and flexible recruitment agency.

We also contacted 250 local businesses across the south-east and south-west of England to collate their views of flexible working practices. The results were highly interesting and reveal massive flexible working benefits for businesses.

  • 84% of those who replied are managers and professionals.
  • 33% had held Director or Senior/Middle Manager roles.
  • 44% had earned over £50k when employed full-time.
  • 96% of our Members interviewed were female and 84% were aged 35-44.

This tells us that from our Members who are seeking flexible work, many are highly qualified with great experience which they can draw upon to excel in a new role. So why wouldn’t an employer want to tap into this highly skilled talent pool to access great quality employees?

You can read the full report in detail here. To register as a flexible  job seeker with our part-time and flexible recruitment agency, get in touch via our website. You can also follow latest news and updates about flexible working benefits for businesses with #10yrsflexi.

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