I saw some flexible working at work last week in SevenOaks. Whilst attending a Sevenoaks Chamber networking event I bumped into Yasi . I worked with Yasi last summer helping her to find a local flexible role as a Business manager. She was at the time working in London, struggling to maintain a good work life balance mainly due to the long commute.

After finding out about her skill set and experience we introduced Yasi to one of our local clients, the specialist law firm Graham Watt & Co. Yasi is now working 3 days per week as the Business/office Manager. When we bumped into each other at the chamber event she was networking on behalf of her new company. It was great to see her new flexible role in action and she expressed her delight about her new job and how it had “changed her life”. If you want to make life changes and are looking to find a local flexible role, register with us, go on take that leap.

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