We’ve not gone barking mad, it really is Bring Your Dog to Work Day 2019 on 21st June. So how do dogs contribute to employee wellbeing? As a company that promotes employee wellbeing via flexible working, we know dogs are increasing in popularity as a way of improving engagement generally. And believe it or not, […]
Impostor syndrome is defined as a feeling of self-doubt or worthlessness, caused by persistently undervaluing one’s skills or accomplishments, and incorrectly attributing success to luck or other external forces. It can be crippling, especially in the workplace, and can cause high levels of anxiety. Here is a really useful article with lots of information and […]
Over the last ten years, here at Ten2two, we’ve seen the percentage of men coming to our flexible recruitment agency, looking for flexibility, increase year on year. So why aren’t there more flexible jobs for dads? As any HR specialist will tell you, the demand for greater work-life balance means that nine out of ten […]
If you spend a lot of time on LinkedIn, you’ll know it’s a good place to start your job hunt. We always say that word of mouth is a good way to find work, particularly if you keep up with old colleagues and have a wide network. But not everyone has that luxury – and […]
Flexibility at work comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes these days – and one we’re a particular fan of is the 9-day fortnight. We look at what the 9-day fortnight is and how it could be a great flexible working option for you. Whether you’re returning to work after having a baby or […]
Many employees find there are lots of benefits to working from home. But while these roles can be difficult to come by, many employees find that a professional role with some level of work from home can be just what they need to get the balance they’re seeking in their lives. When you allow employees […]
With more discussion than ever about the need for mental health awareness, here is hard-hitting evidence on the need for a better work-life balance. Click below to read the full article.