This week is we are mostly talking business growth. This is for our own business and clients. True to our word we are growing our own team in a cost effective way. By growing our team with flexible professionals, it enables us to tap into the skill set we require, but doesn’t come with the overheads and salary cost of a full time person or another desk in the office. Its a major win win! We are so sorry (not really!) but we have nabbed another one of our own candidates for ourselves !

I met with Jemma as a candidate looking for a role locally. After chatting with Jemma and finding our about her  extensive background in sales and account management, at the end of our meeting I realised she was too good to let go and knew she would be a great fit for us. We had been talking about growing the team and were in a position to grow the team but only needed someone for 3 days per week.  If you are feeling slightly envious of our new recruit and are looking to find your own Jemma, get in touch we have a fantastic unique talent pool of experienced professionals waiting to talk to you.

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Hampshire Business Expo

With just 10 days to go, we are really looking forward to attending the Hampshire Business Expo on February 26th from 8am to 3.30pm. Being run in partnership with Surrey and Hampshire’s Eagle Radio and  CONNECT SURREY networking, there should be somewhere in the region of 150 exhibitors and 5 great speakers.  It looks set […]

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Why flexible working is going mainstream

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Here at Ten2Two, a flexible and part-time recruitment agency, we welcome news that jobs may be advertised more flexibly in future. It’s something that has been a concern for working mums, carers and anyone returning to work after a career break due to extended maternity leave or chronic illness. It seems the uptake of flexible […]

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Kent: manufacturing county boosted by flexible working

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Although Kent is labelled ‘the Garden of England’ it has, since the 16th century, been an industrialised county. From Brewing to Brickmaking and Textiles to Tanning, we are delighted to see the county thrive in the manufacturing and distribution of raw and shop-ready goods and materials. With any industry there comes challenges, and for manufacturing, […]