THINK FLEX WORKS campaign launches in Hampshire with the endorsement​ of Caroline Nokes MP.

Power in collaboration, creating change in Hampshire.

THINK FLEX WORKS campaigns for flexible working policies to help create a foundation upon which to implement business, professional, organisational, cultural, social and political change.

We work with members of the Hampshire business community, politicians and policy makers, influencers, other entities campaigning for flexible and part-time jobs, the media and with professional organisations.

Together we collaborate to inform, discuss, educate and advocate for flexible and agile job creation in Hampshire.

JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN AND HELP US CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO

We need your help to end the workplace exclusion that’s experienced by part-time and flexible workers in Hampshire.

We know that thousands of women (and men) in Hampshire are disadvantaged in the workplace because they are returners, older professionals, or because of their need to find part-time or flexible jobs that fit with their other commitments.

We seek to effect real change by informing and supporting our local businesses in the drive to change cultures and think agile and flexible.

We support our campaign partners by providing articles for their newsletters, by guest blogging, by holding events and talks to educate and inform about why and how to recruit flexibly.

There is no cost to helping us and we do all the work, all we ask is that they help us to inform and to lead the way for change.

Please contact Mariangela Franchetti for more information or to support THINK FLEX WORKS

 

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Returners are a "talent goldmine"

Flexible working a key issue for returners

Ten2Two Hampshire have recently highlighted the fact that only 3% of new hires in Hampshire are advertised as flexible, in contrast to the 9% national average. Our Think Flex Works campaign aims to inform, discuss, educate and advocate for flexible and part time job creation in Hampshire. One in six women return to work in a […]

Finding Part time work – why is it so difficult

Kent and Bromley

  Finding Part – Time work is hard FACT. We saw a change in legislation which improved the request to work flexibly but as our recent flexible working survey shows us not everyone has embraced it yet. The reason Kirsteen (partner in crime) and I formed Ten2Two in Kent, was because we didn’t know where […]

“Having children is career suicide”. Discuss.

Blogs

It’s a sad state of affairs that in the twenty-first century, we’re seeing quotes like this. But we’re not surprised. Flexible roles still seem to be the golden goose for many professional working parents. Our Flexible Working Survey 2017 found that attitudes to flexible working have improved in the last ten years since our part-time […]