Pioneering Experts in Flexible Working Recruitment and Advice


Our difference

Exclusively flexible with a passion about part-time and the value it offers employers and professionals.

An expert team

We understand and have led start-up, scale-up, growth and corporate environments.

Living the flexibility

We’re fully remote, part-time and a diverse professional group.

Real people

Offering full end to end support to clients and candidates to find the perfect match and make flexibility work for all.

Been there

From the first days of flexible working, now embracing contemporary thinking and methods.

Our story begins

Our story started in 2007 at a Parent Association fundraising meeting.

Sitting at the table were a group of women, all talented professionals, not working because they couldn’t find a job that used their skills and offered rewarding work whilst still caring for their families. They wanted some flexibility, they wanted part-time and they wanted quality jobs. What was so difficult?

Then and since, despite recession, Brexit and many other domestic and world crises, businesses still thrive through talented people, and are constantly seeking great candidates but struggle to find them.


We explored ways to influence the adoption and growth of flexibility and realised change had to happen on the ground, in the workplace. So we launched a recruitment agency to make that change one part-time job at a time, matching those talented professionals with progressive companies that needed good people.

Fast Forward

The world has changed post-COVID. Flexibility is no longer perceived as a benefit by candidates, it’s an expectation – now 93% of job searches are looking for a role that includes flexibility. And according to recent research flexibility is less and less seen as a barrier to productivity by managers. But there’s still a long way to go to make flexibility fully understood and embraced within business. That’s why we have a team of real people that match the person to the job through flexibility.


Part-time potential

We believe part-time is still the hidden gem for growing businesses that need great people to succeed. Recruiting highly experienced and capable professionals at a fraction of the cost of a full-time salary is a compelling business case and a win-win for all.


They make it all happen

Introducing our wonderful team, working with our clients, candidates, contacts and keeping the wheels turning.

Deborah OSullivan
Deborah O’Sullivan
Jane OGorman
Jane O’Gorman
John OSullivan
John O’Sullivan
Tracey Adams
Tracey Adams
Cathy Hodges
Cathy Hodges
Louise Boardman
Louise Boardman
Kate White
Kate White
Ruth Hadaway
Ruth Hadaway
Jo Gregory
Jo Gregory
Jade Evans-1
Jade Evans
Karen Peterson
Karen Peterson
Kathryn Boal
Kathryn Boal
Ben Walton
Ben Walton

Our Commitment

  • We have adopted business articles committing to have a material positive impact on society and the environment 
  • We are committed to reducing environmental damage to levels that can naturally be absorbed by nature 
  • We are a fully remote and paperless organisation committed to minimal business travel 
  • We are proud to be on our journey to B-corp certification
  • We support charities financially with direct donations 
  • We support our staff with time off for volunteering
  • We work with charity clients at reduced rates
  • We have a client and member referral scheme to benefit charities
  • We promote and change attitudes to part-time working
  • We service under-represented groups in the work-place  
  • We are majority female founded, managed and staffed
  • Our team is fully remote and the majority part-time
  • We are a Living Wage Employer
  • We support the Better Business Act
  • We volunteer time to local charities
  • We support the local business community through holding and attending events
  • We offer free help and guidance to our members
  • We buy local as much as possible


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