Take our word for it! If you’re returning to work after a career break or looking to find an opportunity to better suit your lifestyle, this could be the year to really go for it.

In the last year, we’ve seen the appetite for flexible working grow from strength to strength. We’ve seen a rise in social media movements like Mother Pukka’s campaign for flexible working – tied in with Timewise’s Power Part-time List – along with a massive growth in online networking groups supporting parents seeking a more flexible career.

Flexible recruitment in 2019

All of this, along with the gender pay gap reporting, makes us feel the tide is turning in favour of flexible working. As a professional recruitment firm specialising in flexible and part-time working, here at Ten2Two we are glad to see the dialogue opening up and shifting.

We’ve been championing flexible working since 2007. Since then, we’ve placed many professionals in flexible and part-time roles across the south of England. If you’d like us to find you a role like this, please register at our website today.

In the meantime, you can polish up your CV and LinkedIn profile to get your online profile really up to date. We regularly post blogs and insights into flexible working on our blog, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. We’re even on Instagram too!

Please feel free to follow us and like our pages to keep up to date with our flexible recruitment news and hopefully they’ll provide a little inspiration also.

That’s it for now. Good luck in your career this year and we wish you a very successful and prosperous 2019!



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